A New Musical Ask
13: Sometimes try to act older than we are. Have you ever played a character far older than you?
Annie: Sometimes we have to run away to find better ways. Have you ever left a show in the midst of production? If so, why?
Avenue Q: Sometimes we have to do more than just act and sing onstage. What is the oddest skill you’ve had to learn for a show?
Bare: Sometimes we have unfortunate complications during shows. What’s the worst thing that’s happened in the middle of a show you’ve been in?
Beauty and the Beast: Sometimes costumes are miserable. What’s your worst costume/makeup/hair experience?
Billy Elliot: Sometimes… we dance. What is you preferred style of dancing in musicals?
Book of Mormon: Sometimes we have to turn off certain aspects of ourselves. Have you ever altered you appearance drastically for a role? Would you?
Carrie: Sometimes we really screw up on our first try. What is a role that you wish you could do again in order to improve?
Chess: Sometimes we get into really intense one-on-one battles. Have you ever gotten into a war over a part in an audition?
Cinderella: Sometimes the slipper does fit… but sometimes it doesn’t. Have you ever been cast in a role that you feel didn’t fit you?
Feeling Electric: Sometimes we stay up till four in morning. Have you ever lost sleep over a show or audition?
Footloose: Sometimes we have to break those pesky rules. Have you ever done something against the rules for the sake of theatre?
Jekyll and Hyde: Sometimes we feel like a different person onstage. Have you ever begun to adapt the character into your every day self?
Into the Woods: Sometimes you keep running into the same few people, no matter where you go. Have you grown into a theatre community and created connections?
Les Misérables: Sometimes we dream dreams that cannot be. What is a dream role that you will never, realistically, be able to play?
Little Mermaid: Sometimes we dream of a world up above. Is there a theatre company that you yearn to be a part of?
Little Shop of Horrors: Sometimes we make sacrifices for ambition. Have you ever lost something because of your musical theatre pursuits?
Matilda: Sometimes you have to be a little bit naughty. Have you ever defied your director?
Newsies: Sometimes we imagine where our successful theatre life will take us. What city do you want to be king of?
Next to Normal: Sometimes we live on lattes and prayers. How do you get through particularly stressful shows?
Once Upon a Mattress: Sometimes we just need a nap. What show has worn you out the most? How did you cope?
RENT: Sometimes we, you know, make out and grind onstage. What is the edgiest thing you are willing to do onstage?
Sound of Music: Sometimes we need to be taught the basics of music. What learning experience do you believe was most influential?
Spring Awakening: Sometimes we believe things very strongly. Have you ever had moral conflicts because a show makes you say or do something you are against?
[title of show]: Sometimes we try to get into the writing process. Have you ever tried writing any kind of theatre or music?
Wicked: Sometimes we think one sole trait is holding us from our potential. If you could change one thing to better your musical theatre career, what would it be?
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