My daughter is doing a workshop put on by a pretty influential casting director...I am pretty much looking at this as an 8 hour audition...am I wrong to think that?
I would think that in the back of her (the casting director) mind she is ALWAYS looking for new talent and always has roles to fill, so for her to meet with a dozen kids from ages 9-13 and work with them all day on scripts and auditioning and acting techniques that she would be thinking all day about what these kids might be suitable for.
Anyways, this workshop is on Saturday. I have told my daughter, who will be 10 next month, that she is to go and have some fun but that she should be aware that she will be watched all day by someone that could put her into tv shows so to be careful about acting goofy...you know the giggly way kids get when they are goofing off together that really annoys parents?? UNLESS of course she is asked to act that way.
I also told her to be nice to everyone and to speak clearly and not to say things like "I can't", but instead to say she will try and then to just do her best.
So really, all I am looking for is any advice anyone might have for her for Saturday.
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