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How do you know when you have never done the show?

And you're just jealous cuz I've played Maria (once under Andrew's direction, so you KNOW it was a great production) twice...

LOL! :wink:

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jazzygirlsings wrote:
How do you know when you have never done the show?

And you're just jealous cuz I've played Maria (once under Andrew's direction, so you KNOW it was a great production) twice...

LOL! :wink:


haha! Ive seen enough productions of S.O.M. to make me vomit for days LOl

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hahahahaha.... salome vomiting for days.....

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itsaboutonemoment wrote:
hahahahaha.... salome vomiting for days.....


and this time not from a fist in the stomach! LOL

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LOL!

Even I had to laugh at that one! LOL! :lol:

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dont you mean especially you???

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LOL! You got me! :)

But seriously, it was a great production...

And BTW, our Mother Abbess was AMAZING! :)

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itsaboutonemoment wrote:
hahahahaha.... salome vomiting for days.....


As long as she isn't vomiting for days while playing Elsa.

Gives an all new meaning to "No Way To Stop It", doesn't it?

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LisaKitty wrote:
itsaboutonemoment wrote:
hahahahaha.... salome vomiting for days.....


As long as she isn't vomiting for days while playing Elsa.

Gives an all new meaning to "No Way To Stop It", doesn't it?


Where's my drum set?

*drumroll*

BA DUM BUM!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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Wow, that really IS terrible!! I'd be happy if I got in at all!! Was she any good as Maria?


She tried to take over the whole play! Her mom was helping with the costumes, and so instead of wearing the same costumes as the other Maria's, her mom made these comepletely different costumes for her to wear! And this girl would keep on changing the lines and messing up everyone! It makes me so mad just thinking about it!

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SarahBelle wrote:
Wow, that really IS terrible!! I'd be happy if I got in at all!! Was she any good as Maria?


She tried to take over the whole play! Her mom was helping with the costumes, and so instead of wearing the same costumes as the other Maria's, her mom made these comepletely different costumes for her to wear! And this girl would keep on changing the lines and messing up everyone! It makes me so mad just thinking about it!


Jklgsfdm that sounds so infuriating!

I'm sure someday Miss Prissy-Poo ought to realize that she can't call all the shots and you'll be right there to laugh at her sorry butt.


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Cake_in_Song wrote:
I can understand why not everybody would react well, from my own personal experience. I've always been cast in older, matronly roles, simply because I have a "mature" voice. It's not that I can't sing the young roles, because I believe I can, but nobody else can sing the older roles, since they all sound like twelve-year-old poptarts (oh, the joys of high school theatre!). It gets kind of hurtful to constantly be passed up for the young, beautiful lead. In fact, I have often cried over perfectly decent roles, simply because they were not the roles I really wanted. But complaining to the director is completely unprofessional. Either accept the role, or quit. If you're able to get past that initial upset when the cast list is posted, you'll likely find your roles more exciting and interesting than you thought possible. In my opinion, you're not an amazing actor untill you can steal the show in any role, with or without lines.


I completele understand where you're coming from. Although I am a male, I was always passed up for the roles that I truly wanted, and instead was cast in the more "mature roles." Elisha Whitney in Anything Goes, The Rabbi in Fiddler on the Roof, Mayor Shinn in The Music Man, The Steward in Into the Woods . . . need I continue? It was always so disappointing because I knew that I could do so much better than some of the other people cast in larger roles. But I looked at it this way: When I auditioned I was saying that, for better or worse, I was willing to commit myself to the production. I knew that I loved what I did, and by the end of the show, I would end up giving it my all, and enjoying the production. If I still felt like quitting, I simply said to myself, "If this were a professional production, and I was cast in this role, would I still want to quit?" I knew the answer was no, that a show was a show, and a role was a role, and I took what was given to me and made the professional decision. As far as the girl who complained to the director, she needs to get over herself.

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