I did do Friar Lawrence, but played it safe, nonetheless, keeping it small and close. Why?
For one thing, I decided that for a general audition--in which the auditors are film and media people as well as in theater--the most important thing for me to do was show them who I am. This is what I look and sound like. This is how I stand and relate to you. This is how I read: as friendly and authoritative. This is me. Fine.
But, for another thing, I was just scared. I chose to handle my fear by making it my priority to stay connected to myself physically, on breath, and niether rushing nor yelling my way through the lines. I don't know if this was a good choice. Perhaps, I should haver gathered up all stray atoms of nervous energy and pressed them into an intense laser beam of a performance, but, could have I even DONE that, convincingly? Compellingly? In a monologue audition? I dunno.
I would have liked to do more, but, since just being myself in front of people has been a hard-won accomplishment, maybe that was enough, for now.