In order to make the effect true, one must do things to [the voice] . . .  that in real life are not true.  The same applies to make-up.  One must paint, and pencil the brows to make an effect in the auditorium.  But when you take a close look at a man in make-up, especially in the daylight, the effect is one of a mask.  [MLIA]

 

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