HollyLRose
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Hey all!
I'm planning on auditioning for NYT in March 2020, and I noticed on their website that you are only expected to prepare a monologue of up to 3 minutes. They also mentioned on their website that you can perform a song if you wish to, and I'm considering doing this to demonstrate that I am a versatile candidate. I was wondering if anyone who has auditioned for them in the past did this, and if so. would you recommend it? Why/Why not?

I'd also like to say that I am a mezzo-soprano, so if anyone has any song recommendations for my vocal range, I'd be thankful if you shared them.

Many thanks,

Holly
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Rhett1511
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Hi there.Since the NYT is prodominantly an acting club, i'm going to, and I do suggest, to focus on acting for now in the audition and instead, when they interview you be SURE to mention you do singing as a hobby.
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