Not too many fans understand just how grueling it can be to rake in consistent five-feather reviews in the competitive field of “acting.”
In nearly all cases, all the fans know is that they love the star, they love the plot, they love the play and they love the props.
But managing props in particular is not for the faint of feather.
After all, most props are aspiring actors too. And none of them ever think they are untalented.
Without the strong arm of leadership during the training phase, a promising play can go awry faster than you can say “prop!”
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Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie. www.animallovelanguages.com
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6 thoughts on “Day 316: A Parrot and His Props”
Serious danger alert to these props…..extreme flingability! Deck the halls…………
You are so brave! After our parrots get into the pomegranate seeds, it looks like a bloodbath with splatter everywhere!
Oh my gosh I was watching him like….oooohhhhh nooooooo!! 😊
Your star detective could suddenly become a star slasher!
Haha – seriously!