"It's been the same for me except this year when I got cast as Mama Euralie in Once on This Island.
I think Chorus members have the most opportunity to shine. They are pretty much always onstage in most plays and have a better chance of standing…"
"I feel your pain! But there is nothing wrong with the chorus, they are so underrated because the actual people in the chorus underrate themselves! A show I was recently involved in needed a chorus, or the whole thing would have…"
"I think being in the chorus can be really nice. When you're a main role, you have a lot more pressure to learn lines and get everything right and your on stage a lot more. This is really fun most of the time but it can have it's…"
"I don't know, I really enjoy being a part in the chorus. Lead roles already have pre-determined characters; I prefer starting from scratch. You can get away with so much by being involved in the background of the scene. I've gone to shows…"
"I've reached the point where I love to be in the chorus. I've had leads before and, while fun, they rehearse less and don't mix with the rest of the cast as much. As a chorus member, I've found that the time I'm onstage is a…"
"We have it in my school, our drama teachers are awesome i know but the problem is you can become friends with them, so they will pick the people who they have become friends with and then there friends and every year the same people get the main…"
I have been told i am gifted and talented in drama and drama is my passion but what really annoys me if ever scince i was 5 in school plays i have always had to be a dancer/singer and nothing else all the way up to being 16, hopefully when i find out the casting on monday for our new school play blues brothers i will have gotten some sort or role, the only time i have ever got a role is in mcbeth and i was mcduffs son which wasnt really a fasinating role i must say