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19 February 2006 @ 04:17 pm
Hey there  
i'm a freshman in high school. just wondering, if you are going to audition for colleges, when should you start planning (besides as soon as possible)?
Not Rachael Raycatalyst8688 on February 19th, 2006 09:46 pm (UTC)
Personally, I really made the decision to do mt about February of my junior year and then had a frantic scramble to learn about and prepare for auditions. I would not suggest waiting that long. As soon as it's possible, financially and schedule-wise, (I'm talking about musical theater here, but I'm sure acting is similar) start with lessons and building up your resume. Definately have a pretty solid idea of the pieces you're going to use by the start of your senior year. You can always change them, but if you get them really prepared, at least you have them to fall back on. And if you're doing mt and don't already do this, start taking dance classes ASAP. Basically, the sooner you can be prepared to go the better and the more things you have to put on your resume, the better you will feel about handing it in. And start reserching/visiting schools durring sophomore year, junior year at the latest. The more prepared and ahead of schedule you are, the easier the process will be on both you and your parents. Good luck with everything :D