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December 10, 2009

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Kirk Norris

You will know it when you hit the stage. I've seen you do it before. You commanded just the way the Stage Manager needed to in OUR TOWN.

What helped me was really being in the moment with my lines. Ian will probably be upset with me for saying this, but when we were rehearsing OUR TOWN there's no way I knew my lines well enough to spit them out one by one in succession (sorry Ian). As soon as I got into the moment though I had everything down (and I think it went well).

So get out there and do it! I'm not going to say "good luck" because you don't need it. The show will be great.

I plan on seeing it Saturday. See you there.

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