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Should I ask casting before I try a different accent at an audition?
Do I need casting's permission to try an accent at an audition?
If I am stepping outside the casting brief with my accent choice, do I need permission?
Should I flag to casting if I am playing around with different accents?
Should I launch into an accent at an audition without warning casting?
Do I need to warn casting before I try an alternative accent choice?
Should I talk to casting about alt accent choices at an auditions?
Is casting open for my to choose an accent for a character?
Will casting like or dislike me choosing my own accent for a character?
Can I showcase my natural accent with this character?