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    Acting, singing, dancing, writing, filming, directing and God!

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  1. 'I also know that as an actor, we have to perform our parts to the best of our abilities and to stay true to characters … I started to question myself but reassured me that it was characters (in a book, no less) speaking and not myself.' Does this mean you are going to say the word anyway? I'm still struggling with what to do with my problem
  2. Hey guys, I just stumbled upon this thread! I'm a teenage Christian who just scored the role of Velma in the local production of 'Hairspray!'. She is ultimately the 'bad guy', of the story, and there are a few connotations throughout the musical that imply that the character has been sexually active in the past. I don't have a problem with this because I know that this character is not supposed to be liked and needs to be portrayed in a vulgar way. However, she has a whole song she sings by herself, and the very first line is 'Oh my god'. So, here's my dilemma: Do I sing that line how it is, portraying the character as she is supposed to be? Or do I ask to change the line to something like, "Oh my gosh'? Thanks in advance
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