Auditions are terrifying, right?
They don’t have to be.
If you’re planning on auditioning soon, it’s likely that you’ll be nervous- but here’s where we can help.
At Audition Quest, we have a mission to make auditions less terrifying. No performer should have an unpleasant experience of auditioning due to pressure, anxieties and nerves.
Audition Quest brings you audition reviews, tips, people’s experiences, advice, guidelines and information regarding auditions – all in the aim to make young performers across the UK feel a little bit more comfortable about auditioning.
Quickly becoming the UK’s no.1 audition advice platform, Audition Quest is the only place where you can search for tips for your EXACT audition.
Created by a former dancer, we understand the stress and anxiety involved with auditioning first-hand. Audition Quest crafts its content around all the information young performers really need and cuts out everything else in between.
About the Founder
Mia is a freelance journalist, who created Audition Quest in 2018. Specialising in dance, she has previously trained as a contemporary dancer.
Mia writes for a variety of magazines, websites, blogs and authors. Her work is regularly published by dance companies, theatres and magazines.
Mia has recently been published by The Metro and Dance International Magazine, among others. She is also an invited guest blogger for numerous websites, including The Dance Psychologist, The Working Dancer & Bajan in Britain, and is also a featured author for Theatre Art Life. She often collaborates with professional dancers and works alongside a variety of industry experts, including casting directors.
Mia is the author of the e-books ‘How to Write an Amazing Performing Arts Personal Statement’ and ‘How to Smash Virtual Auditions’, which have sold successfully auditionquest.co.uk & Amazon. Mia regularly delivers workshops and online seminars aimed at improving applications, writing and audition confidence.
In 2020, she was nominated for One Dance UK’s national ‘Rising Star Award’. She also went on to win the ‘Highly Commended’ prize in U.Dance’s national dance writing competition, awarded by Graham Watts, Chair of the Critics’ Circle Dance Section.
Previously training as a dancer, she has performed in venues across the UK. She has also worked as an assistant teacher for a variety of contemporary youth training programmes and classes.