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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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For the first stage of the audition process, Joe auditioned in front of the show's producers.
She moved to New York, auditioned, and quickly earned a spot in Broadway's Beauty and the Beast.
I've auditioned before directors that I'd had a beer with less than 24 hours before.
In total, 120 places are available at the Cardiff audition and up to 2,000 young people will be auditioned nationwide to take part in the seven projects offering a total of 200 places.
The '60s sexpot, who turns 65 this September, auditioned for the part of wholesome Mary Ann rather than the obvious character, Ginger.
A couple of years later she auditioned for Dame Alicia Markova, then director of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, who hired her in 1963.
I auditioned with a mass group of people there and at the end of the day, they separated out the herald group, which is totally different from the drum line.
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.