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Poll: What proportion of auditions have you received a yes or no response from?

Photo: Sean De Burca/Shutterstock Actors are calling on theatres and casting directors to improve their practices when casting roles. Photo: Sean De Burca/Shutterstock
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Last week, the National Theatre committed to giving every actor it auditions at least a yes or no response.

The move comes amid an ongoing Twitter campaign, led by actors, which calls on the industry to let performers know the outcome of their audition. Performers have criticised the current situation, in which they say they often do not receive any response after an audition, and are left to find out the role has been filled only when a casting announcement is made.

This week we’re asking: What proportion of auditions have you received a yes or no response from?

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