Why Casting Directors Judge Self-Taped Auditions Harsher Than In-Person Ones

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It's a new age in acting where self-taped auditions are becoming the new norm within the industry. For many actors and casting pros, however, auditioning in person is still the preferred medium of going up for a role. Which of these two methods work best for actors these days? Award-winning casting director and Backstage Expert Melanie Forchetti weighs in.

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Benjamin Lindsay
Benjamin Lindsay is managing editor at Backstage, where if you’re reading it in our magazine, he’s written or edited it first. He’s also producer and host of a number of our digital interview series, including our inaugural on-camera segment, Backstage Live.
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