Learning to Act

Richard: It’s 6:30 a. m. on Saturday morning. Why are you Banging those Pots and pans?

Elizabeth: I have an Audition coming up and I’m Rehearsing.

Richard: By banging pots and pans?

Elizabeth: I’m Up for a part as a 1950s housewife. I need to Learn my lines and be prepared To improvise. That’s why I’m cooking you a 10-course breakfast. I want to practice Staying in character.

Richard: I don’t really want a 10-course breakfast, but if it helps you with your audition…

Elizabeth: It will. I have To stretch my acting chops and really Get into the head of the character.

Richard: Right. Whatever you say.

Elizabeth: “Yes, dear. Your breakfast will be ready and waiting when you want it.” Did I Project enough? Did I Emote enough?

Richard: You were great. What kind of acting job is this?

Elizabeth: It’s a small one.

Richard: In a film?

Elizabeth: No.

Richard: In a TV show?

Elizabeth: Not exactly.

Richard: What is it?

Elizabeth: It’s a Commercial. It’s only a Bit part, but you know what they say: There are no small parts, only small actors!


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