There's a joke told by the late great Mitch Hedberg that rings all too true.
"You know what keeps me from acting? Auditions..."
It's all too true, because if you can't make an impression in that less than five minute slot, you're toast. It's especially hard when competing in a cattle call type audition with a hundred(s) of other actors. So here's my question for this week.
What is the best way to make an impression in an audition room/What do you want to see or has impressed you in an audition room before?