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My latest lecture, on “Time.”
The Pizzicato Effect
In classical music, Pizzicato is the plucking of a muted string on a violin. The effect (in my opinion) is the indication of the note for your heart to play.
This can also be achieved in directing. We do not go to the theater to admire an actor have an emotion. We go to have the emotion for ourselves.
The Pizzicato Effect is theatre and film in their highest forms. This is what I'm after.
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