Reflection — January 15th
Imagine you are part of the play, you are on stage, you know the words you have to say, you know the cast around you know their lines too, but somehow... you don’t know what is happening, something is missing. You just stand there, waiting. You each take turns in saying your lines and you leave the stage. If you did this the performance would be completely flat, the reviews would be dreadful and nobody would want to come and see the play, let alone be part of it.
However, with the right guidance and direction a play of any sort, even one with no dialogue at all, can be made to come alive. In
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