1 Way to Save Money in Your College Audition Process

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Sure, applying for a college theater program today is “really intense” and “the competition level is really high,” but stage director, teacher, casting director, and Backstage Expert JV Mercanti has some life-saving tips that will get your started on the right foot. No. 1: Save your money on your submission tape.

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JV Mercanti
JV Mercanti most recently directed the critically acclaimed premiere of Songbird at 59E59 Theaters. He is currently the head of acting for the musical theater program at Pace School of Performing Arts. He served as the casting and associate director on the recent Broadway revival of “Romeo and Juliet” with Orlando Bloom. He also cast the Kevin Kline-starring revival of “Cyrano de Bergerac” with Jennifer Garner.
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