#31: The Most Surprising Lessons I've Learned From Equity Principal Auditions

Equity Principal Auditions are an important part of life for many actors across the country. Required of any production with a negotiated Equity contract, these open calls give unrepresented and represented actors alike time to audition in front of casting directors and creative teams.

After going to more EPAs than I could count, I started noticing patterns... patterns in how EPAs are run, patterns in how I approached EPAs, and patterns in how other actors approached auditioning. In an effort to better equip y'all with info that might help you along your journey, with here are the 5 most surprising lessons I've learned from Equity Principal Auditions.

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On the blog:

Equity Principal Auditions For Newbies

How To Get Seen At Equity Auditions as an EMC or Non-Equity Actor

Non-Equity Actor's Guide To The 5 Types of New York Auditions

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