For use in newsletters, season or fundraising brochures or emails, presentations--you name it.
All the theories that acting is reacting to imaginary circumstances as though they are real, and directing is turning psychology into behavior, those are all stabs at something that can't be taught. All the great actors can't talk about what they do, and they don't want to begin to talk about it. They just do it.
Actors are the only honest hypocrites.
Drama - what literature does at night.
It is the characteristic of the most stringent censorships that they give credibility to the opinions they attack.
The whole point about laughter is it's like mercury: you can't catch it, you can't catch what motivates it - that's why it's funny.