Get Over It!


She sees not Hermia...

Wait. You should not everything

row chant.

Never mind. We start again.

It is difficult, but the story

is actually pretty good.

Hermia, it is a girl...

lives in Athens

with her dominant parents.

She has everything. Beautiful clothes, a

intact skin, and boys galore.

Of all the boys in Athens...

her heart belongs to

the noble Lysander.

But Demetrius appears

the scene.

Hermia's father has promised her to

him. He is as handsome as Lysander.

Maybe even prettier. And

He does everything to get to Hermia.

Lysander may therefore be shaking.

I understand.

You put it very well.

We are beginning.

I do not Oscar, Kelly.

I want my girlfriend back.

Hello. How are you?

All new faces.

I am Dr. Desmond Forrest-Oates.

Head drama and much more.

The intention is that today

separating the wheat from the chaff.

Who knows is there among you are

a new star.

The next Peter Wong,

I say.

Hi, Petie. Cool T-shirt.

Who is not selected,

not despair.

You could always behind the scenes

work. That's nice.

Just kidding. I could not resist.

You turn me on to.

The procedure is simple.

We begin with the singing audition.

Discard the loose diaphragm, for now

it is time to impress.


Who wrote that song?


You expect applause? This is

an audition, not a television show.

Who is next?

Bentley Scrumfeld.

He is a member of The Swing Town Lads.

- You know your boys groups.

- I follow the music closely.

I like them so well.

- I would like to accompany me.

- Write on.

This is my favorite song.

He is the best so far.

Very well, Mr.. Striker.

Very impressive.

- Well, this was it.

- Wait.

- Who are you?

- Berke Landers. I'll audition.

Ah, Berke Landers. Lucky me briefly.

I read a monologue

Oberon in 't Act III.

Very happy.

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