Acting or vocally acting a part out?

Let's say someone plays an audio clip and hears:

"Hurry, hurry up or we're gonna all die!"

How do you tell someone to vocally act out that part? Saying "vocally act out that part" doesn't sound right, but I can't think of a better wording.

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    A part involves more than one line. Plays and scripts have many actors playing parts characters with lines to say). Please say that sentence out loud.
    – Lambie
    Jul 16, 2022 at 20:16

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That is "Voice Acting" by "Voice-over Artists" : Details here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_acting

This is an Audition to select one among the candidates.
I want you to "voice-act" the character, with suitable emotion and urgency.

In other Contexts, it might also be :

Here is Mickey Mouse trying to help his gang escape.
I want your voice to "Mimic" or "Imitate" the character.

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