Don’t put the imaginary person on stage with you

Here’s a quick audition tip – don’t put the imaginary person you’re talking to on a parallel with you when you’re auditioning.  Always put them out in the audience.  Don’t put an empty chair there so you have any empty chair to talk to.  We see the empty chair and you – mostly the empty chair.  We want to see all your great work – and not in profile.  So, look towards us and REALLY keep a strong focal point. Then, we’ll believe you’re actually talking to someone.