The audience is settling into the theater. The marketplace is full. There is a palpable desire. People are yearning to hear a story that will ease their discomfort. One that will give them a reason to hope for a better future. To be told they are part of something bigger.
You might be presenting a comedy. Or, perchance, a drama. Either way, they showed up because the marquee, the pose you struck, gave them an inkling of what to expect. You got their attention.
Remember, you are not just the actor, you are also the playwright. Now be intentional with your story.
“All the world’s a stage” Billy Shakes
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