How to Prepare Your Musical Theater Audition Book

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If you’re a current or aspiring musical theater actor, you know what a “book” is and why it’s important. As such, you should put in every effort to make sure that your book stays in tip-top shape, not just physically, but also content-wise. For tips on how to do just that, watch this video from actor, acting coach, and Backstage Expert Philip Hernández, who shares his best advice for putting together a solid audition book.

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Benjamin Lindsay
Benjamin Lindsay is a senior editor at Backstage, where if you’re reading it in our weekly magazine, he’s written or edited it first. He’s also producer and host of our inaugural on-camera interview series, Backstage Live, taking informative deep-dives with actors across mediums to discuss their craft, their work, and their advice for others getting started in the field.
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