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Audiblescripts



Joined: 24 Jul 2013
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:55 pm Reply with quote Back to top

We've started a new segment on our podcast for actors to practice new voices, send them in, and we will play some of the best ones on our podcast and share some tips for everyone.

Listen to this weeks challenge here: https://soundcloud.com/audiblescripts/voice-challenge-2

Or simply read the script below!
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Hey you beautiful voices! This is Callyn Dorval with this week's Voice Challenge!

I'm going to be giving you one line and three character types; I want one read in each character's voice, however you choose to interpret it. We will play our favourite submissions right on our Roll & Punch Podcast!

Ready? Here are your voices: A dragon, a wise old sorcerer, and an Irish Accent. It doesn't have to be perfect! Just do your best. The line you'll be reading comes from 'An Ideal Husband' by Oscar Wilde. The line is: You see, Phipps, Fashion is what one wears oneself. What is unfashionable is what other people wear.

That's it! Make sure you send me your audio file before Wednesday Oct 16, email me at Audiblescripts.auditions@gmail.com and remember:
HAVE FUN with it![/url]
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