We Must Safeguard the Freedoms of our Craft
In the field of dramatic art the most inaccessible and hard-to-describe thing is the knowledge an actor possesses. Most actors find it difficult to understand what their knowledge actually consists of, once one goes beyond the obvious skills of good diction, excellent movement, stamina and a good memory. Some of us can fence and ride as well, some have learned to fall well without hurting themselves, and a few of us can still apply an expressive stage mask.
KeywordsGood Memory Stereotype Actor Practical Philosophy Facial Expres Young Actor
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