Tag: Choices

It’s in the briefs…er…brief

Brevity is the sister of talent. – Anton Chekhov Just because you have access to all the words, there’s nothing that says you have to use them all. In fact, quite the contrary. Sometimes less really is more. In fact, most of the time. Maybe not if you’re writing Les Miserables, or Gone With the …

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Out! Out! Blank Spots!

I have never appeared in the Scottish Play. I have, on more than one occasion, used the porter’s speech for an audition. It has never landed me the part. Never. I digress. Regular readers will note that I’ve not exactly been consistent with the posts in the last couple of weeks. We are now down …

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