As a 'male' actor I ticked my agent costume box- 'does drag'. Is this 'wear a dress' or is it makeup/shiny dress/big hair stylised thing?
- TinaLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
I would imagine it means you can provide a suitable costume and perform in drag. If you can't, ask the agency how to edit your form and leave the box blank.
- AthenaLv 710 months ago
I would count on the whole thing.
- bluebellbkkLv 710 months ago
Nobody should ever tick a box that they don't understand.
A very, very basic rule of common sense.
- CogitoLv 710 months ago
What do you mean by putting 'male' in your question in quotes? Are you not really male?
I've never heard of a 'costume box' on any agent's forms.
If this is a genuine agent, you can just phone and ask what it means.
If you're trying to tell him that you're a drag artist, say so.
But as it sounds like you don't know what drag is, I suspect that you do not. A man pulling on a dress does not make him a drag artist!
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- PeterLv 710 months ago
If you don't know, why did you tick the box? Muppet.
- JoeLv 410 months ago
it means you will wear ladies clothes, generally makeup and hair go with the whole package
- Sir CausticLv 610 months ago
Just to make sure, you should wear a dress as well as do the makeup/shiny dress/big hair stylised thing. Top it all of with a pair of Doc Martens boots. Go the whole hog.