Observing the work is critical to growing in the work!
As we all know, this is what makes the classroom environment so highly effective. When you observe others putting the technique into practice, you are able to see from an objective point of view what works and doesn't work in scene after scene after scene. When you observe from this objective point of view, often you'll pick up on things you might not catch when working on a particular scene yourself simply because when you are personally invested in a scene as an actor, sometimes blind spots can emerge. But when you are removed from the scene and are observing the work from a distance, there are no blind spots and you can see the scene a little more clearly and objectively.
When you observe, you learn and soak up the same technique and content!
And this is why you are paying to audit. As an auditing actor, you will be exposed to the same valuable technique and content as the working actors -- highly valuable technique & content -- the only difference is that you will not be putting it into practice at the workshop with scenework. However, you can immediately start applying this technique to your next audition. Or, you can go home and pull up sides from a recent audition and apply the technique to see what you might have done differently. And when the workshop is over and Christinna returns to Los Angeles, she will still be available via Skype to coach you through the technique when your next big audition comes up. It's a win-win!
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