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Thursday, March 04, 2010

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Bob Verini

Excellent piece! I wish there was more good writing on acting to be found nowadays. Taking on a seemingly marginal topic, you've elicited some extremely savvy broadthink on how actors do their jobs and how we respond as a result.

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