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Auditioning for choreographers or big projects is tricky business. There is a lot of competition. Of course, your dancing skills are going to play a big part in deciding your fate. But, you also have to consider that everyone who dreams of becoming a professional dancer is a good dancer. So, a one-dimensional approach is not going to get you too far. You have to make sure that they notice you for all the right reasons. If they remember you, there is a really good chance that they will select you.But, how will you etch yourself in the memory of the judges in a sea of faces and awesome dancers? Well, here is some help.
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Get noticed at your next dance auditions // Some tips

5 Tips to Make You Noticeable at the Next Audition

Auditioning for choreographers or big projects is tricky business. There is a lot of competition. Of course, your dancing skills are going to play a big part in deciding your fate. But, you also have to consider that everyone who dreams of becoming a professional dancer is a good dancer. So, a one-dimensional approach is not going to get you too far. You have to make sure that they notice you for all the right reasons. If they remember you, there is a really good chance that they will select you.But, how will you etch yourself in the memory of the judges in a sea of faces and awesome dancers? Well, here is some help.

Charismatic personalities are hard to forget, but it is not easy to be charismatic. This is a personality trait that you will only imbibe by conscious effort. You have to continuously make an effort to carry a good attitude and exude positive energy. This will bring a visible change in your body language. You will have a better posture and it will also affect your moves. Be secure in who you are and what you bring to the table. This is half the battle won. The confidence will immediately come through and the judges will pick up on it. Be excited while you are performing, show interest in the project for which you are auditioning and be friendly to your co-dancers. The selectors also want good people working with them, it makes their job easier and working fun.

Learn the Steps Quickly

This is one of the most important things if you want to become a successful dancer, let alone get selected in an audition. Let’s say you are the choreographer choosing a dancer for your dance group. Would you not pick someone who learns the steps fast and reproduce it quickly rather than a slow learner? Even if you are an amazing dancer, you will become a liability for the entire dance crew and who wants a liability. The answer is no one. So, if you want to make a career dancing, learn to pick up dance moves fast.

Look the Part

, there is no point in getting disheartened.

Be Nice

If you are a team player and gel well with the rest of the dancers, you are automatically a smart pick for the choreographer. You may be really good at what you do, but if you are not a nice person to work with, it is going to disturb the whole group. No choreographer wants that.

And one more thing

Dance in HD

Everything is viewed in HD today. So, you need to stay sharp in whatever you do. If you are doing a lot of impressive moves, but none of them are clean enough for the audience to appreciate, you are setting yourself up for failure. Ensure that you practice all your steps and master each one before you go in for the audition.

 

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