December 29, 2006, Newsletter Issue #45: Drama and Mood

Tip of the Week

There is a saying in drama that you should leave your personal problems at the stage door. In other words, don't let your current mood affect your performance. Remember that while on stage or in front of the camera, you are the character you are playing, not the other way around. However, you are human, and the character you are playing is (usually!) human. Don't deny your feelings, but patiently observe them so that you can call upon them to breathe life into your future roles.

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