The more the actor wishes to amuse his audience, the more the audience will sit in comfort waiting to be amused, . . . not even trying to play its part in the play on the stage before it.  But as soon as the actor stops being concerned with the audience, the latter begins to watch the actor.  It is especially so when the actor is occupied in something serious and interesting. (MLIA)


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