My mother taught me at an early age that throwing things is a very convincing argument, and more so if whatever you throw breaks. I've put my mother's teaching to good use in later life when working with actors.
When throwing things at actors you don't really want to hit them as that might be quite costly; you just want to smash something so close to them that they think you wanted to hit them. The effect is immediate.
In my mother's case I just started to wonder why she never threw a Flora Danica plate and why the plates she actually threw at me were usually a bit chipped. But then I understood!
Actors never think about things like that. They aren't that clever.
« Last Edit: December 01, 2012, 09:23:52 PM by Bald Brick »
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