a Shaktim Hamlet 359 'Riddles for an Indian Actor'
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T I M M A L O N E Y ... Shaktim ... The Hamlet of YouTube
I'm watching a Spanish channel tonight as I write this blog. Its a Futbol game. It makes me think:
Acting is a lot like Futbol. With each Kick of the ball, With each rendering of a scene or monologue or moment, we move forward with hope of winning. The win for an actor comes in many ways from the most personal experience of triumph in living in the moment so completely and freely, that you forget what happened. The danger for an actor is physically just as competitive as it is for a sportsman. We ARE Olympians too!!!
If you ever question that, just look at one actor taking on an entire Shakespearean role, line for line ... the mental dexterity involved is monumentous. Of look at an Opera Singer and what it takes, the wear and tear on the body, to produce the tone required. Of a Broadway Star belting up into stratospheres that just a quarter of a century ago were unheard of. Thats the common bond between ALL Artists, ALL human beings who have that spark of a dream that propels them to get better and better at what they do. And we do, don't we. We KEEP breaking human records ... in ALL activities ... how blessed we are to be a divinely created spark of All that is ...
peace and remember always, 'Dreams are Made of Action'
I'm with Doyen.... Your eyes (and soul) seem particularly ablaze in this rendering.
Actually, I seem to have the very same check-list as Doyen! I dug the music, loved the ever-evolving colors, and the sharing of your Frame finding process at the beginning was very cool!
We are athletes, no Olympians for sure.. us Actors! And I LOVE too, when I forget what happened during a Scene. Then I know I was really there. :>)
I really loved your eyes they seemed to be filled with a huge psychotic desire, like a maddening effect, possibly life changing.
I love that music Tim where do you find it?
Such a great video, the color changing was cool, and I enjoyed the beginning!