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Arthur Begtine TPER 201 Journal for Liz Valdez The experience of TPER 201 has been great this semester. I’ve discovered many things. First of all I thought acting was much simpler than it really is. Little did I know all the little details that go into being a great actor and into making a scene great. Little things like manner of breathing, pronunciation, and facial expressions can go a long way into making a scene go from being good, to being great. I’ve learned that warming up and getting into character is essential to having a good acting performance. When sharing the stage with another, I’ve also learned that what you do is almost as important as what your partner does towards making their performance good. At first I was kind of shy and struggled with having to do some of the “embarrassing’ things Mike had us doing at warm-ups, however the class really helped me open up and put much of my shyness behind me. I learned how to focus and contain myself and get and stay completely into character, something I could not have
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This note was uploaded on 06/22/2011 for the course THEA 1101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '09 term at Concordia University Irvine.

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