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test

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the sense by which sound is perceived

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a chance to be heard

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a test of the suitability of a performer

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perform in order to get a role

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Future "Friends" star Matthew Perry auditioned for the role of sweet Billy Campbell on "Melrose Place," but lost the role to Stephen Fanning.
McWorter created the four bars of music with which she auditioned.
More than 500 Los Angeles actors auditioned today as Canada-based Cloud Ten Pictures conducted an all-day open casting call to fill six roles for its new "Left Behind" television series, touted as a hybrid between "The West Wing," "24," and "Left Behind" and scheduled to debut in 2003.
A few months later, she auditioned and received a contract with the two-year-old company, which is reported to pay a salary commensurate with New York City Ballet's corps dancers.
I'd probably hide my reaction,'' said San Diego resident Sarah Meland, 29, who auditioned only because a friend wanted company in line.
When I auditioned for the Rockettes," says Lewis, "I was wearing a ballet-cut leotard.
Apprentice program director Kristen Kundert-Gibbs and Kingsmen Shakespeare Company and Festival co-artistic director Michael Arndt interviewed and auditioned the actors.
I auditioned for one company three times," says Thompson.