CUE & A REVISITED: From Chasing Kathleen Turner Pantsless, to Being Tied to a Chair and Hangovers, Actors Share Craziest Audition Stories, Part 2
05 Jul 2014
The editors of Playbill.com have combed through the past seven years of our popular Cue & A feature to select some of our favorite answers to the question, "What's your craziest audition story?" Part two includes 30 responses from Broadway actors below.
I was once offered a leading part in a play, arrived on the first day having worked for weeks privately on it and found out that I didn't have THAT particular role, I had a much smaller role. Luckily I loved the woman who was playing "my role." I never told anyone in the cast. I did tell my agents.
Deaf West’s production of SPRING AWAKENING floored the critics when it premiered in California, prompting the Los Angeles Times to write, "It's hard to enumerate all the ways in which Deaf West's SPRING AWAKENING is so very, very good." Now this unapologetically brilliant new production is coming to New York.