Favourite Role

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    OK.... I'm very bored at work. And it's been a while since any new time killer threads had been created. Just out of curiosity ~ what's been the favourite role you've played so far in your career? And why?

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  • Nadia Ostacchini

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    I luved playing Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream, only coz I'd previously been an ASM for 10 months and my confidence was at an all low. Anyway, we did this out in the open and I felt so challenged doing Shakespeare! Really nice bunch of people and we had a great time. It was that hot summer we had a few years back. We had to rehearse in the afternoons it was so hot earlier in the day..

    • 15th Jun 2009
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  • Toni Brooks

    Actor

    Goneril - without a shadow of a doubt.

    • 15th Jun 2009
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  • Blake J Askew

    Actor

    Henry Higgins in Pygmalion. Loved it.

    • 15th Jun 2009
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    Little John in Robin Hood (it was a comedy production!!)...I got to use a puppet for the part of King Richard...although in rehearsals, before we got the puppet, I was just using my hand...very funny watching people talking to your hand!

    • 15th Jun 2009
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    Judd in Bouncers...

    Will be back on towards the end of the year...

    • 15th Jun 2009
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    Marie Kelly in Jack The Ripper. Loved it.

    • 15th Jun 2009
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    Ooh, haven't answered my own question. Pleb. I think Viola in Twelfth Night or Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island. Anything that involves cross dressing.

    • 16th Jun 2009
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  • Chris Upton

    Actor

    Bottom in Midsumers. One of those outdoor touring companies.

    Go to a beautiful venue, set up the stage and show off for a couple of hours! Great lifestyle!

    • 16th Jun 2009
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  • Alan Wales

    Actor

    Leontes in THE WINTER'S TALE. He's bonkers!

    • 16th Jun 2009
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  • Kelly Freemantle

    Actor

    Clare Strachan in Red Riding,just wished they had made 1977 into a film and I would have had my big break. Nice working on that level with Big British Actors.

    Paula in the Positive hour,what a character !

    • 16th Jun 2009
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    Either:

    'Various' in King Cotton - great to be a little fish in a big pond, when I was made so welcome by director, cast & crew alike; and to be involved in a socially relevant production by one of our very best writers, Jimmy McGovern;

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    Bottom, Demetrius, Egeus & Hippolyta in a TIE production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Great fun, and great training - you really need to be on top form to keep a primary school audience engaged.

    • 16th Jun 2009
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  • Mark Kempner

    Actor

    ALAN TURING: Breaking the Code.....approx 98 out of 103 ish pages of dialogue!

    FAGIN: Oliver

    ...but would kill to play

    The Inn Keeper: Les Mis

    Daffid: Chorus of Dissaproval

    • 17th Jun 2009
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  • Toni Brooks

    Actor

    Hey Mark

    I've wanted to play the innkeeper's wife since I saw the production years ago! Brilliant parts both!

    • 17th Jun 2009
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    ooh got to play Valjean whilst training [what a joy ].. come on mark and toni lets start our own production company, pay the rest of cast f*ck all and run off with all the luger!!!

    • 17th Jun 2009
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  • Toni Brooks

    Actor

    Now there's an idea :-))

    • 17th Jun 2009
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    Don't forget to charge people to audition!

    • 17th Jun 2009
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  • Toni Brooks

    Actor

    Goes without saying Geraldine - who wants in?

    • 17th Jun 2009
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    more the merrier...as long as they are happy to be royally shafted..

    • 17th Jun 2009
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    Bored in the day job - outrageous! :)

    To date, probably Mark (shopping and fucking - hardest role I've had), Caliban, Creature (the Frankenstein monster (his name is Adam)) and Jacques are the high points.

    I would love to play Keith Flint, there is something to work on!

    • 17th Jun 2009
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