Wild Line

Wild Line
A single line from a script that is reread several times in succession until the perfect read is achieved. Its considered wild because it is read separately from the entire script. Often performed in a series of three, where the actor reads the line three times in a row without interruption. Each line is read slightly differently, unless otherwise directed.

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Article Number
000001768
First Published
01/20/2014 18:27
Last Published
12/18/2017 01:00
Last Modified
12/02/2017 01:00
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Talent
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Career Advice (Talent)
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