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Auditions For Paid Spokesman Miami, FL Commercials - SAG 05-22-14
Brand Ambassador (promotional Role) Commercials - SAG 05-22-14
Models For Commercial Test Los Angeles, CA Commercials - SAG 05-15-14
Toy Commercial Casting Call In Mi.. Miami, FL Commercials - SAG 05-15-14
Trailer - Baby Cakes Austin, TX Commercials - Non-SAG 05-15-14
Chain Store Commercial Casting Call Miami, FL Commercials - SAG 05-10-14
Furniture Store Commercial Castin.. Miami, FL Commercials - SAG 05-10-14
Commercial Casting For Dancers & .. Miami, FL Commercials - SAG 05-07-14
Brian Charles Commercial Austin, TX Commercials - SAG 05-04-14
Gillette History Of The Beard Com.. New York City, NY Commercials - SAG 05-04-14
Casting For Fantasy Football Comm.. Albuquerque, NM Commercials - SAG 05-02-14
Casting For Short College Commeri.. Minneapolis, MN Commercials - SAG 04-30-14
TV Commercial Casting Call for kids Washington, DC Commercials - SAG 04-28-14
African American Women Casting Call New York City, NY Commercials - Non-SAG 04-27-14
Commercial Casting Call For Nerdy.. Atlanta, GA Commercials - SAG 04-26-14
Casting Call For Commercial - Non.. Cleveland, OH Commercials - SAG 04-26-14
Casting Call Shaving Commercial Dallas, TX Commercials - Non-SAG 04-25-14
Casting Call For Marty And Marion New York City, NY Commercials - SAG 04-25-14
KIDS/ADULTS NEEDED-COMMERCIAL Los Angeles, CA Commercials - SAG 04-25-14
Laundry Product Commercial New York City, NY Commercials - SAG 04-24-14
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Commercial Auditions

Television commercial auditions are different from most other types of entertainment industry auditions because they are usually held under tight time schedules. There is not a lot of time between the casting and filming schedules. In some cases the commercials are shot within a week of casting. Most commercial auditions are concerned with background roles.

Just as commercial auditions are held under time constraints, the time between notice of the audition and the audition itself can also be very short. Directors may call for a TV commercial audition just a day or two prior to the audition date.

Commercial auditions usually run tape so the directors can review the auditions later. During most TV commercial auditions a casting director, an assistant, an executive producer and a camera person will be present. The directors know the actors may have only had a few days to study their scripts and they do not expect complete memorization. In these cases it is perfectly alright to read directly from the pages of the script during a commercial audition. Commercial show audition scenes are also often read utilizing crewmembers as assistants. Although this may be distracting, don’t worry about the assistants and concentrate on your own performance.

Commercial auditions present a lot of opportunities for acting, singing or dancing skills as well as being good showcases for new talent. Commercial auditions can be either open or closed depending on the production company and the number of actors needed. Hopeful talents may be asked to perform unconventional routines at a commercial audition. Since commercials are evolving all the time, you never know what you will be asked to do. Commercials can range from a few performers to big productions with complex cast. The only limiting factor is the length, with a minute or so being the normal duration. As a result, commercial auditions can offer more performance opportunities than almost any other type of entertainment audition.