Film and TV

Photos: MTV's Made holds private audition for Auraria students

MTV's hit show Made held a private audition on the Auraria campus Monday. There were around seventy brave souls in the waiting area on the third floor of the Tivoli, outside one of the ballrooms, patiently waiting their turn to spill their hearts out in hopes of being made. We caught up with five of the students auditioning to hear about their aspirations for the show.

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Lee Traxler Made hopes: To rehab his injured knee with doctors in India. Why: "I injured my knee a few years back and it has just really stopped me from living the life I love: going rock-climbing, skateboarding, snowboarding. It's just been a battle. I've had over four surgeries in the last couple years." Sharayah Hefner Made Hopes: To be a working actress. Why: "I want to get an agent and some auditions. I have been in a lot of plays in elementary and high school, but I especially love improv." Vic Verini Made hopes: To be a paid screenwriter. Why: "I go to Metro for psychology but I have written one screenplay and I want to do what any happy writer does, right? Sell work."


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Antonio Valenzuela

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