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Should I act out the violence in the script for my audition?
Can I show off my stunt skills in an audition?
How can I be respectful of the reader and still act out the action in the script during my audition?
Should I tell the casting director that I'm going to act out the violence?
How much of the action should I do in an audition?
How far do actors go with playing out action scenes in an audition?
What are the expectations on the actor to physicalize action in scripts?
How far should I go in recreating the action in a script?
Is acting out action in scripts part of an audition?