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audition for

To perform in order to display one's abilities in an attempt to be granted a role in something (typically a role in a play). Are you auditioning for this year's spring musical? I'm going to sing that song when I audition for the play.

audition someone for something

to allow someone to try out for a part in a performance; to judge someone's singing, speaking, or playing potential for a part in a performance. Will you audition anyone else for the part? Have you been auditioned for a part in the school play?

audition for something

to try out for a part in something. (In a setting in which one's singing, speaking, or playing is heard and judged.) I plan to audition for the lead role in the school play. Liz auditioned for The Mikado.
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Meanwhile, "America's Got Talent" Season 11 winner Grace Vanderwaal recently shared what it was like auditioning for the popular TV show.
Critique: As 'user friendly' in content, organization and presentation, as it is impressively and deftly written, "Winning Your Acting Auditions" should be considered a "must" for anyone seeking to succeed in auditioning for any kind of theatrical event from highschool and community theatre, to Broadway productions and Hollywood movie roles.
Part 1: The Audition is a handbook for any actor auditioning for any venue, be it television, film, theater, a commercial or a webisode.
So whether you're looking for a new training opportunity or auditioning for your next professional gig, start your search right here.
org has more information on auditioning for the orchestra or chorus.
A TALENTED youngster has proved Teesside's got talent after auditioning for a hit TV show.
Young hopefuls have been auditioning for starring roles in a pounds 5m Tyneside-based film.
Actors, whether seasoned or new, who regularly audition for musicals and plays should not omit taking at least a peek at the advice in The Complete Professional Audition: A Commonsense Guide To Auditioning For Musicals And Plays: it's a 'must' for would-be pros and provides an edge over the competition in both musical theater and regular play auditions, from locating the right music or monologue to demonstrating unique talents in a mere 2 minutes.
I was auditioning for the Broadway show Pippin, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse, and I wondered if I would be any good.
It's a good idea to research the company or show you are auditioning for.