CUE & A REVISITED: From Chasing Kathleen Turner Pantsless, to Being Tied to a Chair and Hangovers, Actors Share Craziest Audition Stories, Part 2

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05 Jul 2014

Marin Hinkle
Marin Hinkle

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.

Read: Stars of Wicked, Beautiful, If/Then and More Share Craziest Audition Stories, Part One

(Clicking on a name bolded in blue will take readers to that actor's entry in the Playbill Vault.)

Telly Leung

Xanadu. See above under what I'm NOT good at! Enough said. [Any kind of skating or skateboarding.]

Marin Hinkle

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.

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