At an audition, we’re often asked what role(s) we’re interested in, and sometimes, if we’re willing to take another role if offered. What to do? Many actors say they’ll only accept a particular role, but when there are many parts to fill, a director may offer a different part anyway. At times, a director will feel that an actor is better for a role he didn’t request at the beginning of the audition.
Geeks advice: be flexible, consider other roles. BUT, if you really don’t want a role, be honest about it. And if you DO take an alternate role, even if it’s a minor one, do the best job possible and focus on making the play, and your part in it, the best it can be. The Geeks explore all this and more.
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