Tuesday, January 02, 2007

ON ACTING: 'Interdependence'

'Interdependence' in acting is like participating in a tennis match: the force, quality, quantity of a returned tennis shot (or an actor's reaction) is dependent on the specific size, weight and speed of the ball coming at you over the net. Or, as Mel Brooks states it: "Listen to your broccoli, and you broccoli will tell you how to eat it."


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