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Well, that depends. Getting a reliable reader for a self tape is challenging at times....

I would say the only time you do not need a reader is if the entire scene is strictly your dialogue. However, even in such a case, I would recommend having a friend, loved one, roomate, or anyone you choose to at least be in the room with you. It gives you a consistent eyeline, someone to bounce ideas/character notes off of, etc. Have we all self taped without a reader in room, yes......But with acting being a partnership, even if you have all the lines, I would still default to having a live person there for your self tape.

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At A Place To Tape, my own little slice of self tape heaven, I have a list of goals for each audition taping/self tape session. I want to be sure you feel at home, comfortable, focused, and CONFIDENT. No clock watching, no rushing, no hidden charges....only collaborative acting work. I want each actor knowing that when they leave, we'll have done everything possible to show casting what you can bring to the role.

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