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Date Posted: 19:23:09 01/25/06 Wed
Author: Kevin
Subject: Re: eye of the beholder
In reply to: fidhle 's message, "Re: eye of the beholder" on 19:38:35 01/23/06 Mon

Theres something I don't understand fidhle. I am not an actor and never will be but how is a character more completely explored in a play, which is static (not counting the inner growth and realizations of the actor themselves which is an understandable given), than a television series which is basically an ever growing character statement. Agreed that the repetition of lines again and again doesn't lend itself to an actualization and reactualization of a character but it would seem 7 years (in this case) would stand up pretty well to the nightly repetition even in front of a live audience.

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