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If the show is set in (ie. New York, Boston) should automatically I do the accent associated from the city?
What accent should I use for each show?
How can I work out what accent to use for an audition?
Do I do a new york accent for shows set in new york?
Should I do a southern accent is the show is set in the south?
How do I know what accent to use for this audition?
What kind of accent should I use for my audition?
What determines the accent for a show?
How can I work out what my accent should be for a role?
Will the script tell me what accent I should be using?
What accent should I go for if the background of a character is unclear?