verb (past and past participle undercast)[with object] (usually be undercast)
Allocate the parts in (a play or movie) to insufficiently skilled actors.
More example sentences
- Apart from the lead, the play is undercast, and it is sloppily staged, even making experienced actors seen ineffectual.
- An undercast and uninterestingly 'effective' production.
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