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How Do I Coach My Kid On Their Monologue?

Kids monologues can be whimsical and fun, dramatic and emotional, or anything in between. The important thing is that the piece is well performed and leaves a lasting impression. The material should be age-appropriate and something that the child performing the monologue for kids can relate to. Make sure they understand the material they are presenting. Often, smaller children [...]

July 6th, 2021|

#MayMonologueMadness

Throughout the month of May, MonologuesToGo is having a Monologues Showdown: MonologuesToGo’s May Monologue Madness: For Teens! Here’s how it works: 1) Purchase any monologue at MonologuesToGo.com 2) Practice the monologue and create a self-tape! 3) Post your stellar performance self-tape video to your Instagram account anytime now - May 31st 4) Follow and tag @MonologuesToGo 5) Use the hashtag [...]

May 25th, 2021|

6 Tips For Commercial Auditioning In Our New Digital World

The commercial world of auditioning is bustling, even despite the pandemic. Most, if not all, are happening via Zoom, so it's a great time to learn some key audition tips when it comes to commercial auditioning in our digital world. 1. Be on time for your audition. Even if your appointment is virtual, you still have to show up to [...]

April 4th, 2021|

How Do I Choose The Perfect Monologue?

Our book, 101 Awesome Original Monologues for 20-Somethings, was recently published (you can buy it at this link) offering hundreds of new monologues for early career actors. So now the big question: how to choose the perfect monologue? That’s easy — and not so easy. The “right” monologue will jump out at you and will fit like it was written [...]

March 10th, 2021|

Don’t Make This Mistake With Casting Directors

Acting is hard but many will say the business side can be harder. Actors have a hard time knowing how to get an agent and how to get in front of casting director, but once they do... then the question becomes: how do you stay in touch with industry professionals? Do you email them? Send postcards? How often? It's [...]

February 27th, 2021|

The Most Successful Strategy To Memorizing Your Lines

When it comes to memorization, some actors find it very freeing to get “off book” as quickly as possible. Others keep the script in their hands as long as they can throughout the rehearsal process. Eventually, every actor needs to memorize, but what are the strategies to do it? Most actors think they can just memorize by rote and the [...]

February 17th, 2021|