Miles character development - to act like I was always...

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Miles Semanskee Character development Theater 160 The development of miles as a character was quite easy actually. He is similar to myself in the sense that I am just a normal guy that lives his life day by day. To play this character I had to adopt the mind set that I was having a terrible day and nothing would go my way. I had to change my body language and act like I was down on myself. This was the hardest part for me because I am usually a very happy joyful person and to have
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Unformatted text preview: to act like I was always disappointed and pissed was kind of hard for me. As I learned my lines I began to put them in context and started to adapt to the way I would talk if I were having a tremendously bad day. This part was fairly easy because as you begin to hear and see where the play is going it is east to verbally convey the bad day you are having....
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