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scary

senses lost in acting

staging

story telling

scene

sentimentality

staging objective

strongest man in world

scene analogy

serve the author

stand on edge

structure

scene analysis

Shakespeare

stand still

struggle to accomplish things

scene in story

shape of scene

start with:

study acting

shtick

showmanship

statement of scene

study a script

science fact

sight

state of being

study habits

Science Fiction

simple, simple, simple

state of heavy breathing

style

scripts

sit

state of illusion

style never changes

secret of drama

situation

state of mischief

style of the language

secret self

skills

state of obsession

styles

secrets in acting

slap under the ear

stay honest

subconscious

self-control

smell

stay in character

subliminal

selfish motive

smoking a joint

stay loose

substitutions

self-hypnotism

specific things

staying within the fourth wall

subtext

self-reliant

spine is part of who am I

step off diving board

suffer

sense memory

spontaneous

stimulus

suspense

sense memory substitutions

stacked the deck

stop character at will

sustaining an emotion

sense of movement

stage

stop rebellion

Shakespeare's lesson

sense of rhythm

stage and film acting

stopwatch

stand on stage

sense of self

stage positions

story

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sitcoms

straight man

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"In the end, it can't look like acting."