there’s never a dull moment
A Cowboy and a Christmas Elf Walk into a Bar …
Clay Rivers

Yes they may be some dull moments and some very difficult moment. As an author for the theater I can tell you that when your text cannot be “said” “uttered” “pronounced” by an actor or actress, though you yourself can do it alright, that’s a dull moment of useless tension and you end up changing the text, which is sad, rather than torturing the poor man or woman.

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