When you think about the upcoming Disney Channel auditions, it is understandable for you to feel nervous and anxious. As the Walt Disney Company has a global reach, it just follows that many actors consider their auditions as very essential stepping stones for their future careers. Just think about Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake and Birtney Spears have become.
You can avoid getting anxiety attacks by being ready for the next audition at all times. When your talent agent or talent manager calls you up and schedule you for a casting call, do not be afraid to take up the challenge.
For every acting audition, you need to prepare your own monologue. It is best to use and practice monologues from contemporary or classic plays or films, depending on your preferences as an artist. Although you will sometimes be given scripts to cold read from for your auditions, it is still important to have one or more monologues at the ready.
Here are some important pointers recommended by the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts that you can follow when it comes to using monologues from plays:
Finally, show good manners by saying ‘thank you’ to the casting panel for their time. They appreciate auditionees who show professionalism during Disney acting auditions.