Audition

An audition is a sample performance by an actor, singer, musician, dancer or other performer. It typically involves the performer displaying their talent through a previously memorized and rehearsed solo piece or by performing a work or piece given to the performer at the audition or shortly before. In some cases, such as with a model or acrobat, ...
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Audition

• (n.) The act of hearing or listening; hearing.
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audition

(aw-dish´әn) hearing. chromatic audition chromesthesia.
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audition

noun a test of the suitability of a performer
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audition

try out verb perform in order to get a role; `She auditioned for a role on Broadway`
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Audition

Au·di'tion noun [ Latin auditio .] The act of hearing or listening; hearing. « Audition may be active or passive; hence the difference between listening and simple hearing. Dunglison. »
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Audition

A test a dealer must pass before being hired by a casino.
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audition

a test of the suitability of a performer
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audition

audition 1. A trial performance, as by an actor, dancer, or musician, to demonstrate suitability or skill. 2. The sense or power of hearing. 3. The act of hearing or the sensation and perception of sounds produced by stimulation of nerve receptors in the ear.
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audition

perform in order to get a role
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audition

Synonym: hearing. ... Origin: L. Auditio, a hearing, fr. Audeo, to hear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Audition

The basic `tryout` or test for a specific role in the stage and film genres. Musical scores and songs are also often `auditioned` for both theatrical productions and film productions
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Audition

This is an opportunity for an actor to try out for the role of a character in a play or musical, in the presence of the production's director.
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audition

Type: Term Pronunciation: aw-dish′ŭn Synonyms: hearing
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audition

When actors audition they have an informal chat with the interviewers and then usually perform two speeches. Whether an actor is hired can depend on the strength of this performance; however the director may also take into account the actor’s suitability for their company in terms of both its ethos and the actor’s compatibility with the other c...
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audition

[n] - a test of the suitability of a performer 2. [v] - perform in order to get a role
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