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It was my own experience that when I was auditioning, the director asked me to transform the anger. I have tiptoed around a topic long enough, so here goes: Fear turned into inner anger can be turned into killer energy. Just do not let the anger rule. And do not let the committee see or sense your anger. Let the anger become energy. And wrap that anger in swaths of charm. Anger, properly used, can be a marvelous friend. It can be expressed as energy in the way you walk, the way you introduce yourself, the way you deliver your sides/monologue, the way you exit.
I like being in charge of my destiny and detest that those people behind the table have control of my professional destiny. If a loved one is trapped under a car, that love turns into "superhuman" energy and you do the impossible. However, in an audition, if you insist on the love approach, just be sure your love turns into superhuman energy and that you do something (the equivalent of lifting the car off your loved one).
Starting with the nucleus in your being, extend your electric
energy into your sides/monologue. Extend that energy throughout
the entire room. Gather the energy while you wait to go in.
Feel the energy tingling as you open the door. Do not turn the
power of your audition over to the committee. I really cannot
tolerate whiners who complain about an apathetic audience (or
a negative casting director). The audience (the committee) responds
to you. What that they respond to is totally within your control.
They may loathe your work or love it but do not allow them to
be indifferent. Ho-hum is a plague. This is a battleground.
Go in to win. Be absolutely ruthless in your determination to
make them sit up and notice what you are doing.