Thursday, April 26, 2012

Everything Has An End

Everything has an end
but usually when one door closes,
other one opens.

Today was the time to close one door. 
We had a musical, 
the last musical with this crew.

I just have to say, i have loved all the moments with you guys!
We have to keep in tutch!

I was in making the script and inventing the story,
I did the make up for some of the cast,
I chose the costums for the cast,
I played the drums and the bass,
and i sung.
And the last but not least,
I played an actor.

Movies are a fad. Audiences really want to see live actors on a stage.

If death meant just leaving the stage long enough to change costume and come back as a new character, would you slow down? Or speed up?

A lot of performing instincts are involved in the business of direction, but so is analysis and having a sense of literature.

You've got to get to the stage in life where going for it is more important than winning or losing.

 The music industry is a strange combination of having real and intangible assets: pop bands are brand names in themselves, and at a given stage in their careers their name alone can practically gaurantee hit records.

All successful employers are stalking men who will do the unusual, men who think, men who attract attention by performing more than is expected of them.

An intense anticipation itself transforms possibility into reality; our desires being often but precursors of the things which we are capable of performing.

There's nothing more fun than being out on stage and getting the vibe from the crowd. There's nothing like being on a set where you are there to make other people happy and to make them laugh.

Anything that loosens you up and makes you freer is good.

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