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It would be difficult to find on the English stage a more competent, intelligent and
versatile actor. ... Errors of casting, especially when they occur with actors of
reputation, can often not be rectified, and then the author has the mortification of ...
to cast an actor contrary to his type, but I do not know that the notion has proved
successful; it needs a greater adaptability than modern actors have. Probably the
dramatist's best way to cope with this difficulty is to underwrite his parts, lightly ...
Few can but those who have themselves been actors. It is not enough to be able
to tell an actor that an intonation or a gesture is wrong, you must be able to show
him by word and deed what is right. This is more than ever necessary now that ...
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