CALLING ALL ACTORS: HONE YOUR AUDITION SKILLS

The Field-Seattle is pleased to offer Seattle-area actors a six-week opportunity to hone their audition skills!

For more than twenty years, The Field has been a forum for artists of all stripes—from dancers to playwrights to photographers to solo artists—to present their work at all stages of development and receive feedback.

The Fieldwork “reflective feedback” process respects the artist’s primary role as creative decision-maker and leaves it to him/her to decide whether and how to make use of the feedback. We’re excited to learn how this work might benefit actors in developing audition material and honing their audition craft. Our aim is not to suggest material, coach performance, offer corrections, or give advice on how to get cast. Instead, we provide participants an ongoing opportunity to receive peer-level feedback regarding how their audition might be perceived by potential auditors—always allowing the actor to make the adjustments as he or she sees fit.

Participants can bring new material to each session, or continue refining the same piece throughout the six-week session.

  • When: Sundays, Jan 6 to Feb 10 from 12 to 2:30pm
  • Where: Studio Current on Capitol Hill in Seattle, Address: 1417 10th Ave (between Union & Pike, down the hall behind the Sweatbox Yoga Studio)
  • Who: Actors of all levels who are interested in receiving feedback on their audition material
  • Cost: $60 or $50 for Field Members (anyone who has participated in a Field Session in the past). Payable online or at the second session.
  • Size: Maximum 10 participants
  • Bring: Your audition material. We suspect that this process will work best if you come with work that is not completely new to you, at the very least memorized and ready to explore. Plus pen and paper so you can take notes.
  • Register: Secure a spot by registering now. Just click HERE.To learn more contact thefieldseattle@gmail.com. Further questions welcomed!
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