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August 13, 2009


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Kathy Reiffenstein

Hi Peter,

I think the wonderful thing about acting (and one major aspect that business presenters should emulate) is the multi-week rehearsal schedule prior to the production opening. This does allow the actors to try things out (trial and error), but not at the expense of the audience. It also allows feedback from the other actors and the director...in all, lots of valuable input that the business presenter doesn't always get.

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Thanks for the guides. I know now how to rehearse more effectively. the trial and error method is always in acting, that is why i'm finding new ways to be good in acting..


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