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I think it's true that most people don't hear much of what's said to them. I think it takes concentration... You'd be surprised what you catch in the world around you when you take the time to breathe!


I wonder what it is that causes that massive distraction? Is it that distracted people are drawn to the profession, or is it that people become distracted once they get there?

It's like the same question with olympic gymnasts. Are people who will always be short just naturally drawn to tumbling, or does tumbling keep them 4'11" forever?


it's true. although some actors are excellent at giving the performance of appearing to be listening. just as some directors are swell at giving the appearance of directing (by wearing a baseball cap, et al.)


i think they only hear the first 10% of anything that's said... not just in auditions!

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