In this audition tape, I perform a one minute monologue from the film, The Notebook. It’s the lead actress’ monologue, Allie (Rachel McAdams) – one of my favorite actresses. Some of her movies I have watched several times, such as The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Vow. I begin to practise my audition as often as I can to get used to audition. People are always nervous when they have to audition or go for a casting for something. I don’t know why. So, I must find a way to overcome it. Therefore, the days that I don’t audition for no one, I pretend I have to go to audition and record it and watch it how I have improved, such as my vocal, acting skills. I think, it’s pretty good technique. It makes you perform it as naturally as possible since it’s something you do regularly. So, you already get used to it. I really hope, it helps me get better and better at auditioning. And not only that, it also helps me train my vocal and accents – British & American. When I listen to myself I can hear what needs to improve. I plan to take a vocal training again soon. As an aspiring actress, writer, and filmmaker, I am constantly striving to advance my skills. You will never stop learning, which is true. And I always look forward to gaining new knowledge, skills, insight, etc.