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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.
People interested in auditioning for the plays are asked to prepare a monologue of no more than two minutes in a style that is similar to either play.
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.
Beginning in spring 2007, student musicians auditioning for MFA's honor ensembles will use SmartMusic as an audition tool and receive a 90-day trial subscription and a SmartMusic microphone.
I was auditioning for the Broadway show Pippin, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse, and I wondered if I would be any good.
Hart Union High School District, any student interested in auditioning for Hart's music program can ask for an intradistrict transfer.
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It's a good idea to research the company or show you are auditioning for.
The Canyon Theatre Guild is also auditioning for the Adventures In Theatre spring semester during which participants will perform Roald Dahl's fantasy adventure ``James & the Giant Peach.