Every audition is different as far as how I prepare. If it is for a co-star role with just a few lines, I just read through the lines and decide how I feel the character would say those lines. If it is a guest star role/lead role for film, I read the entire script to get familiar with all the other characters and what is going on with each of them, their relationships, where dialogue takes place, etc. Then, I do research if need be on characteristics, disabilities, mannerisms, etc....I also always research the casting director and director to see what other projects they have worked on previously & any other specifics on what they look for (I have a book that I use for that). Then, I dive into learning the lines and practicing them over and over to try and create the type of character I want to bring to them during the casting process.
TK WeaverDanny Morgan - General Hospital (Soap Opera)
15th September 2017
What does the TK stand for in your name? ~ Christine
Thomas Kendrick. Family names. I only go by TK - I may legally change it when I get old enough.
What would you like your dream role to be? ~ Madisyn Weiss
Wow Madisyn, my dream role... if I could dream up my next role I would star in a feature film which shoots in an cool, exotic location like, hmmmm... Australia, and the cast and crew would be experienced actors, directors and producers that I would have the honor to work with, learn from and hopefully grow and become a better actor. It's exciting just to think about it!!!
Thanks for the great question!