They were experienced in the industry and it shows. They were efficient and effective. All the talent that walked into that room walked out within 30 seconds. Literally it was less than a minute. It was, using the word again, literally the fastest audition I've ever been into. Is that bad? Not at all, but you better bring your memorizing A game to the table.
That being said, I apparently brought my C- game. I wasn't supposed to look at my script but I did just a little. They saw me nervous because I couldn't remember the 2nd part of the lines so they had me say it again. 2nd CHANCE! DON'T F IT UP. I F it up... This time I said the 2nd and 3rd lines a little wrong. I felt like such a amateur in the entertainment world. I've studied and memorized many lines in my life but why did this happen now? Why today and why in front of these 2? These 2 showed an oozing aura of elite status. I was the peasant.
After I left the room and walked to my car, I kept thinking to myself, those are the people I want to impress. I want to impress those two casting directors one day as well as ALL the casting directors. This learning experience got me even more pumped, amped up, and full of testosterone. I will impress someone someday. I want to leave a spectacular impression when I leave a room.
Today however was not that day. I will go back home and eat a hot dog and then workout. Because life doesn't stop even after failures. It just keeps going just as you should.
Also, I ran into Dat. I worked with him as a background in a industrial shoot awhile back. I glanced at him and I was like hmmm, that guy looks familiar. After a few minutes of sitting next to each other, we talked and then he was the one who brought up that we worked together and pretty much everything clicked haha. GOOD LUCK DAT. I hope I spelled your name right or even got your name right lol. If you're reading this, today's audition went by fast didn't it. See you again.