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Ehhh. Honestly. It wasn't all it was cut out to be.

So apparently my agent misunderstood the commercial idea. She heard Pizza Delivery Boy and figured it was a Pizza Commercial. Turns out I deliver Pizza to some lady talking about her heartburn.

Although I got paid for my scene they said it may or my not be aired because of time limits. :P

Ahh well, it's all about the experience.
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Definitely a step forward, though. That's great!
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A job is a job. :)

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This isn't exactly related to filming or anything but it is training related.

My vocal teacher used to play Don Attillo in Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and the Touring Productions from 2003 to 2009.
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Speaking of Phantom of the Opera, I'm crossing my fingers for that to be my broadway debut. I've already sang for some of the cast and crew in NYC and they loved it (only downside being I went off key and hit my high C as a C# instead, but they were still impressed). They said that I should definitely come back in September/October for Chorus Call. Yay! Fingers crossed!!
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cacums wrote:Speaking of Phantom of the Opera, I'm crossing my fingers for that to be my broadway debut. I've already sang for some of the cast and crew in NYC and they loved it (only downside being I went off key and hit my high C as a C# instead, but they were still impressed). They said that I should definitely come back in September/October for Chorus Call. Yay! Fingers crossed!!
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Glee would be fun since there are many genres of singing involved.
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cacums wrote:Glee would be fun since there are many genres of singing involved.
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Little Update -

Although my voice is saught after in many respects it lacks a few things to make it perfect therefore I've talked with several people (vocal coaches, trainers, broadway performers) and we've all agreed that it would be in my best interest to wait about a year before actually doing the main auditions like Phantom, Les Mes, Evita, etc.
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