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Star Dreams: Preparing kids for auditions

Terri Dollar of Kids Unlimited Talent Agency is back with more tips for parents of kids who are interested in acting. Today, she talks about auditions.

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
Terri Dollar, a mom of two and owner of Kids Unlimited Talent Agency in Raleigh, is back today with more tips for parents with kids who are interested in acting.

In the past few weeks in this space, Dollar has shared tips on how to know if your child is really ready, how to find an agent and what to do once you've found one.

She knows what she's talking about. Dollar has been acting most of her life and helped her own daughters pursue their acting dreams. Her agency now represents more than 300 kids, ages 4 and up, across the Carolinas.

Today, her focus is on helping children get ready for auditions - how to help them with their lines, how they should be dressed and how many auditions they'll likely go to before they get that first part.

To learn more, watch the video. Go to Dollar's website for more information about what she offers. Check the box above for more tips from her. And check back here next Wednesday for one final tip from Dollar.

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