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I can't switch between accents that easilly and the Casting Director wants to have a chat about where I'm from. Help!
Is it wanky to stay in accent the whole time?
Can I just stay in accent for the whole audition?
Do I need to drop my accent for the chat with casting?
How do i navigate an audition in my characters accent?
Should I stay in accent when casting want to chat about me and my life?
How do I talk to casting after appearing in character accent?
How do I negotiate an audition in my character accent?
Should I drop my character accent when casting wants to chat?
Should I talk to CD in my own accent even though it might affect my audition quality?