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alphastreet

Anyone into or in acting?

I always wanted to be in a play or do a one person monologue, but never went that route. Anyone else in acting or wanted to act?
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Reply #1 posted 03/31/21 9:31pm

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I could nominate a few Orgers...

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Reply #3 posted 04/01/21 1:11am

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I used to do more before I had my daughter. Since then, very little. It was nothing major though. A few stage productions, mostly musicals, and a handful of small TV jobs. To be honest though, I found it incredibly boring so you really have to be interested in it to get anything out of it. If my daughter had never been born I still don't think I'd have stuck with it permanently.
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Reply #4 posted 04/01/21 6:21am

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Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

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Reply #5 posted 04/01/21 7:48am

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"Fake it till you make it!"

EVERYONE is an actor

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we all need 2 b friends"
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Reply #6 posted 04/01/21 3:51pm

alphastreet

That’s awesome you guys were involved in those type of gigs, thanks for sharing!
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Reply #7 posted 04/02/21 10:33am

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Genesia, try Oh Calcutta.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #8 posted 04/02/21 11:39am

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Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

Hey, I didn't know you were an actress? smile Awesome smile

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Reply #9 posted 04/02/21 12:05pm

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Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

Hey, I didn't know you were an actress? smile Awesome smile


Thanks! Local companies only, but in the city where I live there are very high production standards even for those. And being non-Equity allows me to get roles I'd never play otherwise. (I actually won an award for Best Featured Actress in a Comedy for Steel Magnolias, was part of Best Ensemble for The Norman Conquests and Suddenly, Last Summer - and was nominated for a bunch of the other shows on that list.)

I can't wait for stinkin' COVID to be over so I can get back into it. Hoping we'll have a regular season in 2021-22.

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #10 posted 04/02/21 12:07pm

alphastreet

That’s great you got an award and nominations!
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Reply #11 posted 04/02/21 12:10pm

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alphastreet said:

That’s great you got an award and nominations!


Never underestimate the power of an engraved piece of Lucite to make you feel like somebody. lol

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #12 posted 04/02/21 12:12pm

alphastreet

Genesia said:



alphastreet said:


That’s great you got an award and nominations!


Never underestimate the power of an engraved piece of Lucite to make you feel like somebody. lol



So true! It’s not acting but before the pandemic I enjoyed being onstage at open mics to share poetry, spoken word and accapellas of original songs, including one I wrote about prince when he died
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Reply #13 posted 04/04/21 3:12pm

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Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road


The Norman Conquests


Brighton Beach Memoirs


Picasso at the Lapin Agile


The Mousetrap


Misalliance


Blithe Spirit


Steel Magnolias


A Delicate Balance


The Madwoman of Chaillot


Suddenly, Last Summer


The Children's Hour


Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.



This is a fab list! What's your favourite?
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Reply #14 posted 04/05/21 7:25am

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All the world's a stage.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #15 posted 04/05/21 7:53am

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coldcoffeeandcocacola said:

Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

This is a fab list! What's your favourite?


Define "favourite." smile

In terms of challenging material, probably The Norman Conquests. That is three full-length plays that get performed in repertory (over a period of five weeks when we did it). Each play takes place in a different room of the same house on one summer weekend. We rehearsed for four months to get ready for that one and rotated through the plays every week - including two shows (sometimes different ones) on Saturdays.

In terms of fun, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Misalliance are probably my favorites. Same director for both, which had a lot to do with it. (Although he also directed Madwoman of Chaillot and that was a trainwreck.)

Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit was my ultimate "bucket list" role. But that play had so much off-stage drama that I can't really call it a favorite.

The play that I thought I a little piece of me would die if I didn't get to do it was Bloomsday. It's just a stunningly beautiful play and all the production stars aligned for that one, too. A year later and it never would have happened because of COVID.

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Reply #16 posted 04/05/21 10:42am

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Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

Nice! I played the bartender in Picasso @the Lapin Agile. "You're an idiot savant and hold the savant!

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luv2tha99s said:

Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road

The Norman Conquests

Brighton Beach Memoirs

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

The Mousetrap

Misalliance

Blithe Spirit

Steel Magnolias

A Delicate Balance

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Suddenly, Last Summer

The Children's Hour

Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.

Nice! I played the bartender in Picasso @the Lapin Agile. "You're an idiot savant and hold the savant!


I played Germaine. And I'm still friends with the guy who played Freddy in our show. (In fact, his wife is my manager at work.) smile

My favorite part of that whole show is Sagot's monologue about the kinds of paintings that don't sell …

I know that there are two subjects in paintings that no one will buy. One is Jesus, and the other is sheep. Love Him as much as they want, no one really wants a painting of Jesus in the living room. You're having a few people over, having a few drinks, and there's Jesus over the sofa. Somehow it doesn't work. And not in the bedroom either, obviously. I mean, you want Jesus waching over you, but not while you're in the missionary position. You could put Him in the kitchen maybe, but then that's sort of insulting to Jesus. Jesus, ham sandwich, Jesus, ham sandwich; I wouldn't like it and neither would He.

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #18 posted 04/05/21 3:17pm

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Genesia said:



coldcoffeeandcocacola said:


Genesia said:

Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road


The Norman Conquests


Brighton Beach Memoirs


Picasso at the Lapin Agile


The Mousetrap


Misalliance


Blithe Spirit


Steel Magnolias


A Delicate Balance


The Madwoman of Chaillot


Suddenly, Last Summer


The Children's Hour


Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.



This is a fab list! What's your favourite?


Define "favourite." smile

In terms of challenging material, probably The Norman Conquests. That is three full-length plays that get performed in repertory (over a period of five weeks when we did it). Each play takes place in a different room of the same house on one summer weekend. We rehearsed for four months to get ready for that one and rotated through the plays every week - including two shows (sometimes different ones) on Saturdays.

In terms of fun, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Misalliance are probably my favorites. Same director for both, which had a lot to do with it. (Although he also directed Madwoman of Chaillot and that was a trainwreck.)

Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit was my ultimate "bucket list" role. But that play had so much off-stage drama that I can't really call it a favorite.

The play that I thought I a little piece of me would die if I didn't get to do it was Bloomsday. It's just a stunningly beautiful play and all the production stars aligned for that one, too. A year later and it never would have happened because of COVID.




What kind of off stage drama? I live at the west end in London in normal times and always want to know what sort of stuff happens behind the Scenes!
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coldcoffeeandcocacola said:

Genesia said:


Define "favourite." smile

In terms of challenging material, probably The Norman Conquests. That is three full-length plays that get performed in repertory (over a period of five weeks when we did it). Each play takes place in a different room of the same house on one summer weekend. We rehearsed for four months to get ready for that one and rotated through the plays every week - including two shows (sometimes different ones) on Saturdays.

In terms of fun, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Misalliance are probably my favorites. Same director for both, which had a lot to do with it. (Although he also directed Madwoman of Chaillot and that was a trainwreck.)

Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit was my ultimate "bucket list" role. But that play had so much off-stage drama that I can't really call it a favorite.

The play that I thought I a little piece of me would die if I didn't get to do it was Bloomsday. It's just a stunningly beautiful play and all the production stars aligned for that one, too. A year later and it never would have happened because of COVID.

What kind of off stage drama? I live at the west end in London in normal times and always want to know what sort of stuff happens behind the Scenes!


Do you know the play Blithe Spirit? It's about a guy whose first wife died and he's remarried. He's a writer working on a novel that contains elements of spiritualism, so he invites a local medium (Madame Arcati, the part I played) to his home to conduct a seance. All kinds of weird shit happens and she ends up bringing back the ghost of his dead wife, Elvira - much to the irritation of his present wife, Ruth.

Well, first of all, all kinds of strange stuff happened with the show itself. An onstage clock that had never worked began to chime during tech week. The actress playing Ruth had to leave the production due to some health issues and the actor who played Charles had some horrible pneumonia or some such and was out of commission for awhile. They actually thought about delaying the opening because we just weren't ready after all that.

The director and the actress who played Elvira were a married couple. Mrs. Bradman (one of the minor characters) was cast by the director as a gold-digging hussy. We all thought that was an odd choice - until a couple years later when we learned that the actress playing Mrs. Bradman was having an affair with the director. It was quite the scandal in the theatre community here, since the actress who played Elvira is much loved and respected - and this husband had basically used everyone's regard for her to establish himself. (I knew he was a hack, theatre-wise - though I knew nothing about the affair.) And the Mrs. Bradman actress had done the same in trying very hard to get close to "Elvira."

So, yeah - that production was haunted - or maybe cursed - for real.

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #20 posted 04/06/21 11:47am

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Genesia said:



luv2tha99s said:




Genesia said:


Yes. For the 10 years prior to COVID, I averaged two shows a season. And I've been in some great ones:

84 Charing Cross Road


The Norman Conquests


Brighton Beach Memoirs


Picasso at the Lapin Agile


The Mousetrap


Misalliance


Blithe Spirit


Steel Magnolias


A Delicate Balance


The Madwoman of Chaillot


Suddenly, Last Summer


The Children's Hour


Bloomsday

I was in the last show to close in my city when the theaters went dark last March. And I was just asked to be in a show this summer. But I don't want to act in a mask (especially Shakespeare, which this would have been) so I turned it down.



Nice! I played the bartender in Picasso @the Lapin Agile. "You're an idiot savant and hold the savant!




I played Germaine. And I'm still friends with the guy who played Freddy in our show. (In fact, his wife is my manager at work.) smile

My favorite part of that whole show is Sagot's monologue about the kinds of paintings that don't sell …

I know that there are two subjects in paintings that no one will buy. One is Jesus, and the other is sheep. Love Him as much as they want, no one really wants a painting of Jesus in the living room. You're having a few people over, having a few drinks, and there's Jesus over the sofa. Somehow it doesn't work. And not in the bedroom either, obviously. I mean, you want Jesus waching over you, but not while you're in the missionary position. You could put Him in the kitchen maybe, but then that's sort of insulting to Jesus. Jesus, ham sandwich, Jesus, ham sandwich; I wouldn't like it and neither would He.


Love it! Classic Steve Martin dialogue. I would have killed to play Picasso but as I was sitting in the audition lobby this 6 foot 2 200 lb intensely smoldering Spaniard walked in and I knew he had the part before he even auditioned. Needless to say he became Picasso. The director took me aside and said you were really good and I know you wanted to be Picasso but this guy just fits the role. Would you consider Freddy? And I said sure the show was so good and I can tell this guy who is going to play Picasso is going to be wonderful so it was a pleasure to do it. Kind of ironic that I ended up doing that show because I started acting at The birdcage theater at Knott's Berry farm doing their melodramas and apparently that's where Mr. Martin got his start as well. Germaine is a great part and I'm sure you killed it.
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Genesia said:



coldcoffeeandcocacola said:


Genesia said:



Define "favourite." smile

In terms of challenging material, probably The Norman Conquests. That is three full-length plays that get performed in repertory (over a period of five weeks when we did it). Each play takes place in a different room of the same house on one summer weekend. We rehearsed for four months to get ready for that one and rotated through the plays every week - including two shows (sometimes different ones) on Saturdays.

In terms of fun, Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Misalliance are probably my favorites. Same director for both, which had a lot to do with it. (Although he also directed Madwoman of Chaillot and that was a trainwreck.)

Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit was my ultimate "bucket list" role. But that play had so much off-stage drama that I can't really call it a favorite.

The play that I thought I a little piece of me would die if I didn't get to do it was Bloomsday. It's just a stunningly beautiful play and all the production stars aligned for that one, too. A year later and it never would have happened because of COVID.



What kind of off stage drama? I live at the west end in London in normal times and always want to know what sort of stuff happens behind the Scenes!


Do you know the play Blithe Spirit? It's about a guy whose first wife died and he's remarried. He's a writer working on a novel that contains elements of spiritualism, so he invites a local medium (Madame Arcati, the part I played) to his home to conduct a seance. All kinds of weird shit happens and she ends up bringing back the ghost of his dead wife, Elvira - much to the irritation of his present wife, Ruth.

Well, first of all, all kinds of strange stuff happened with the show itself. An onstage clock that had never worked began to chime during tech week. The actress playing Ruth had to leave the production due to some health issues and the actor who played Charles had some horrible pneumonia or some such and was out of commission for awhile. They actually thought about delaying the opening because we just weren't ready after all that.

The director and the actress who played Elvira were a married couple. Mrs. Bradman (one of the minor characters) was cast by the director as a gold-digging hussy. We all thought that was an odd choice - until a couple years later when we learned that the actress playing Mrs. Bradman was having an affair with the director. It was quite the scandal in the theatre community here, since the actress who played Elvira is much loved and respected - and this husband had basically used everyone's regard for her to establish himself. (I knew he was a hack, theatre-wise - though I knew nothing about the affair.) And the Mrs. Bradman actress had done the same in trying very hard to get close to "Elvira."

So, yeah - that production was haunted - or maybe cursed - for real.




That's insane! That's better then the play!! Do you think it was a sign to the director about his ways? You could almost make a play about that itself. Thanks for sharing!


Pre Corona in another life I would go to the West end as I live near it weekly and see a play. I found one which both the lead and understudy had fallen ill, so another cast member had to do the job. Then loads of the other guys were dropping like flies. Rumour was the leads were hooking up with one another and then a load of the cast too! Got to love the theatre!!
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Reply #22 posted 04/08/21 6:20pm

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Sounds like behind the scenes stuff could inspire an all new play!
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Reply #23 posted 04/17/21 4:23pm

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Has anyone been extras in any shows or movies? I almost considered going for shooting when rihanna and drake filmed the work video in Toronto, but I don’t care for drake so didn’t go
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Reply #24 posted 04/19/21 6:47am

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Has anyone been extras in any shows or movies? I almost considered going for shooting when rihanna and drake filmed the work video in Toronto, but I don’t care for drake so didn’t go


I was also an extra in a horrible Hollywood flick called Chain Reaction that starred Keanu Reaves and Morgan Freeman. One of the scenes actually starts on my back as I walk away from the camera.

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That is very neato Genesia.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #26 posted 04/19/21 1:35pm

alphastreet

Genesia said:



alphastreet said:


Has anyone been extras in any shows or movies? I almost considered going for shooting when rihanna and drake filmed the work video in Toronto, but I don’t care for drake so didn’t go


I was also an extra in a horrible Hollywood flick called Chain Reaction that starred Keanu Reaves and Morgan Freeman. One of the scenes actually starts on my back as I walk away from the camera.



That’s cool!
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alphastreet said:

Genesia said:


I was also an extra in a horrible Hollywood flick called Chain Reaction that starred Keanu Reaves and Morgan Freeman. One of the scenes actually starts on my back as I walk away from the camera.

That’s cool!


I will never forget the day they shot that. They were using the capitol building in Wisconsin to double for the US capitol. They shut the entire building to shoot. I was working in the capitol at the time and they used a lot of legislators and legislative aides as extras. I guess they all figured we had the right look and wardrobe - so they wouldn't have to work too hard at costuming and such.

It was so cold that day. I mean ... crazy cold. (I'm pretty sure they shot in January.) They had us all park at an exhibition center a few miles away then bussed us to the capitol so we wouldn't have to pay for parking for what turned out to be at least a 12-hour day. We had to shlep our clothes so we didn't get them messed up in transit. There was very little water and the food was meager and terrible. (They definitely feed extras on the cheap.) I was exhausted when I got home - and made about $75 for the whole day.

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Reply #28 posted 04/19/21 5:35pm

alphastreet

Genesia said:



alphastreet said:


Genesia said:



I was also an extra in a horrible Hollywood flick called Chain Reaction that starred Keanu Reaves and Morgan Freeman. One of the scenes actually starts on my back as I walk away from the camera.



That’s cool!


I will never forget the day they shot that. They were using the capitol building in Wisconsin to double for the US capitol. They shut the entire building to shoot. I was working in the capitol at the time and they used a lot of legislators and legislative aides as extras. I guess they all figured we had the right look and wardrobe - so they wouldn't have to work too hard at costuming and such.

It was so cold that day. I mean ... crazy cold. (I'm pretty sure they shot in January.) They had us all park at an exhibition center a few miles away then bussed us to the capitol so we wouldn't have to pay for parking for what turned out to be at least a 12-hour day. We had to shlep our clothes so we didn't get them messed up in transit. There was very little water and the food was meager and terrible. (They definitely feed extras on the cheap.) I was exhausted when I got home - and made about $75 for the whole day.



Oh wow, sounds stressful! You should have gotten more for putting up with all that
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Reply #29 posted 04/19/21 9:02pm

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alphastreet said:

I always wanted to be in a play or do a one person monologue, but never went that route. Anyone else in acting or wanted to act?



I take it you don't have theater groups where you live? I have a strange stage fright. As a kid I could participate in plays and do very well with no complaining but I preferred not and got off stage asap. Yet I had my kids in theatre group thru their entire childhood til they graduated hs but neither pursued it further. Though a couple in their group got some commercials, one got signed for a couple of Disney movies, eventually we lost contact with her. Haven't seen her in a long while. But I remember her mom had to be on set with her everyday like a fulltime job. Luckily they had a lot of family support.
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