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audition

Physiology the act, sense, or power of hearing

audition

[ȯ′dish·ən]
(physiology)
Ability to hear.
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Audition includes: ballet, modern, partnering, pointe
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To arrange an audition time, contact the Eugene Concert Choir at 541-687-6865 or choir@AaAeAeA eugeneconcertchoir.
And remember, one audition could change your life".
Others spend energies frequently debating and revising audition rules and regulations.
Judges Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw arrive for the Manchester audition |
People can apply by registering online for one of the nine open audition cities or by just turning up at one of the open auditions on the day.
Critique: A true insider's instruction manual, "The Audition Bible: Secrets Every Actor Needs To Know" is exceptionally well written, organized and presented, making it a thoroughly 'user friendly' guide that should be considered 'must reading' by all aspiring actors from local community theater groups to Broadway and Hollywood casting calls.
In addition to the mundane but necessary tasks leading up to audition day (mailing deposits, making travel plans), this list contains ideas to help channel mental energies in beneficial directions.
Lahore -- Mobilink has introduced mobile based auditions for 'Pakistan Idol', offering an opportunity for millions of Pakistanis to become part of Pakistan's largest music reality show.
On Saturday, July 13, we will be holding open auditions on the Cardiff New Theatre stage, which will involve Time Warp dance tuition and a group audition followed by a singing audition.
And you'll get a chance much closer to home anyway, because the X Factor audition bus will again be stopping off in Middlesbrough, producers have confirmed.