The words and wisdom of Constantin Stanislavski:

To achieve . . . kinship between the actor and the person (he/she) is portraying add some concrete detail which will fill out the play, giving it point and absorbing action. The circumstances which are predicated on if are taken from sources near to your own feelings, and they have a powerful influence on the inner life of an actor. Once you have established this contact between your life and your part, you will feel that inner push to stimulus. (AP)

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