An ounce of behavior is worth a pound of words.
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Act before you think - your instincts are more honest than your thoughts.
Acting is behaving truthfully under imaginary circumstances.
If you want to reach every person in the audience, it's not about being bigger, it's about going deeper.
Don't be an actor. Be a human being who works off what exists under imaginary circumstances.
Silence has a myriad of meanings. In the theater, silence is an absence of words, but never an absence of meaning.
The truth of ourselves is the root of our acting.
That which hinders your task is your task.
Courage means willing to risk everything.
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