auditioner

auditioner

(ɔːˈdɪʃənə)
n
a person who attends an audition
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Jack used to say that "hearing a C major scale" was all he really needed to assess an auditioner's ability, experience, and placement in a section.
Kristan is approaching the challenge with a good deal of confidence as opposed to the nervous auditioner of a few years ago.
SERIAL auditioner Brendan Kilkenny is planning to be immortalised in print.
aI'm disappointed I've not been invited back, but the experience has made me more determined to try again.0 Auditioner Colette FenlonByatt praised the youngsters for their spirit.
But I always love taking advantage of my auditions to become a strong actor and auditioner. Acting takes a lot of practice, but so does auditioning.
Cassie, of course, is the problematic auditioner, the older woman who once had a relationship with the director, Zach, played with a nice blend of toughness and empathy by Derek Hanson.
Another auditioner mysteriously announced that performing for theatreland's most powerful man should be "like singing for my dog".
Yet after an hour of equivocal listening, eventually turning to sources we had brought with us, the most experienced and reliable auditioner of the group pronounced the system to be "shouty."
We are on the auditioner's turf, with their power and their rules.
GOD LOVES A TRIER AWARD: I know he has all the fashion sense of a hamster and probably less talent, but professional auditioner Brendan Kilkenny take a bow.