CASTING PREPARATION (QUICK GUIDE)
Greg Robles de Medina
This 4 step quick guide will help you get successful at your presentations and castings.
Before you start get to know the casting and the people behind the organization.
who you are dealing with and make a list of the important members, jury
members, sponsors or former Misses, make notes about their work,
achievements, position or tasks. This will make you feel like you know
the organization and its members this advantage will make you feel more
It is useful to research the following: press releases, the website, blogger, and the faces of the crew.
this information you will have broad topics and subjects to lead your
conversation with the members of the jury and you will feel pretty
familiar with unknown people going to judge you.
Firstly, get a complete brief of the type or Miss or person the casting is meant for.
like prescribed increases your chances of being selected. If you do not
have the dress code inform the agent or organization about it.
Prepare your conversation with actual topics from the pageant industry (miss Icons website), and why you want to be selected and what
will make you stand out from the rest, this will make it easier for
you. This may not get used but it’s always impressive that you’ve made
the effort to get well informed and this will convince the jury about
your great effort.
Stand in front of a mirror or friends and rehearse your presentation, obviously make sure you know the lines well.
your pose and posture in combination with the movement of your hands
hold an object like a microphone. Your face expression is the most
important part of you story or presentation count on your smile to
impress your audience. Make contact with your eyes open them wide if you
want emphasize part of you presentation and look at your audience at
what will be expected from your presentation make it brief and powerful
make the audience curious for more of what you have to say.
Try not to be in a rush, give yourself plenty of time when your arrive for your audition so you are calm and relaxed.
At the casting...
Speak positively about yourself when asked for and be happy with a big and healthy smile.
Do not annoy or try to stand out by negative attention or acting sick or miserable.
A casting director usually gives you plenty of directions – listen carefully and give it your best shot!
A short audition can often mean that it went positively well!!
4 step Quick Guide for your Casting Preparation by:
Workshops by Miss Icons