Author Topic: Compliment or insult?  (Read 822 times)

Offline Mr.Obvious (OP)

Re: Compliment or insult?
« Reply #15 on: December 08, 2016, 04:02:54 AM »
In the end I played a different role. It's really ridiculous.
We had a vote in which everyone could vote for everyone's part, saying before the vote that we'd accept any outcome.
We had the outcome. The girls didn't like their outcome. And one of the other guys really wanted to play the pedophile, though I was voted for the part.
Huge discussion errupts. We have another vote.
Same outcome.
Same discussion. The girls end up switching after much debate and the guy keeps asking if he can't play the pedophile as it's the most challenging role according to him and he never gets to when we work with a director. I said fine.

Gotta admitt, he did it swell. Very swell.
E = Mc²

In the end, we are all standing in the dark,
trying to figure out why we are here.
But let us not choose one direction
without proof of where it is headed.

Check your pocket for matches
so we can observe and learn together
as fast friends and relative idiots.

Offline Cavebear

Re: Compliment or insult?
« Reply #16 on: December 09, 2016, 06:34:25 AM »
If they had suggested you for a hero role, would you now be asking yourself "why"? 
When you come to a fork in the road - take it!

Offline Mr.Obvious (OP)

Re: Compliment or insult?
« Reply #17 on: December 09, 2016, 08:07:24 AM »
If they had suggested you for a hero role, would you now be asking yourself "why"?

Yeah. I would. Glen or Matthew make far better heroes than me.
They are more handsome, for one. Which, as far as heroes in most stories in theatre plays go, counts.
And they are no worse actors than me.
E = Mc²

In the end, we are all standing in the dark,
trying to figure out why we are here.
But let us not choose one direction
without proof of where it is headed.

Check your pocket for matches
so we can observe and learn together
as fast friends and relative idiots.