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I have this habit of not rehearsing a lot; I don’t go on practicing my dialogues, pauses, and actions.
It’s always ideal if the production that you’re taking out on tour is the one that you spent two weeks rehearsing with, and you just do the same show thirty nights in a row.
I wasn’t creative enough to imagine my first novel becoming a film directed by Alexander Payne. Nor did I consider the possibility of seeing Hollywood stars moving through my personal version of Hanalei town: going to Tahiti Nui, rehearsing a scene in front of my cousin’s cottages, driving the snaky roads.
I was always interested in the arts as a child – drawing, painting, and piano – but acting became a favourite. I was a major theatre geek in high school – if I wasn’t in the drama room at lunch rehearsing, I’d be in the art room finishing up some type of project.
I went into show business because I love to work with people, and what I enjoy most about acting is rehearsing and getting to know people and their talents, forming relationships. Working in this business, barriers drop and you get into people real quickly.
Rehearsing a play is making the word flesh. Publishing a play is reversing the process.
When we’re on set, we kind of joke around, and when we’re rehearsing, we change up the scenes and make each other laugh. We lighten up the mood. The blooper reel is going to be amazing on ‘New Moon.’
I don’t like a lot of rehearsing.
At that time, I was signed to Columbia Records as an Independent Producer. I spent many weeks forming, auditioning, rehearsing and recording demos for Kenny, who was finally signed to Columbia Records.
I can tell you where I was when Kennedy was shot – which was in the common room at school. I heard about it on the old valve radio. At the time of Armstrong’s landing, I was at university rehearsing a play.
When you’re doing a play that’s fully produced, you have the benefit of rehearsing for four or five weeks, so you really get to live in the skin of the character for much longer than when you first start doing a character on TV.
Music is what I do pretty much all the time. I’m always in the studio. I’m always rehearsing for shows. Always doing shows.
The way I go about a lovemaking scene is that we will talk about it during the rehearsing time.
Both Shah Rukh and Kajol are serious actors, who keep rehearsing their dialogues, going through their lines and are extremely hardworking. They have been working together since a long time and the dedication and passion is still there. They don’t take things for granted and that has inspired me and Varun Dhawan a lot.
It is the task of several months and it is a fact that a girl, either while rehearsing or actually playing, may be training for some character or feature in some future production not yet definitely fixed even in my own mind.
My technique is different, and I am more spontaneous. I don’t like rehearsing.
The nice thing about doing a weekly record is you’re rehearsing all week and working on getting the script better. Come Friday, when it’s time to actually film it, you feel like you’ve done most of the work!
The best thing that I got was rehearsing with my father. It was always about the process of figuring things out, and trying something new, and having another take on something and keeping it alive.
You don’t get to rehearse much on TV. You are kind of rehearsing on film. Depending on the way you work, that’s either a good thing or a bad thing.
It was rehearsing in the studio, at which point they were setting up the sound, and once we’d got the thing together they’d actually record it, without us knowing sometimes!
There’s a difference between knowing what to do when you’re rehearsing it, and being able to do it once you’re adrenalized and emotional. That’s when the injuries occur. Actors all want to try to pretend that they’re experts at everything, but we’re not.
There is nothing to compare with the instantaneous feedback a singer gets from the people sitting in front of him. That is where it all comes together – all the rehearsing and working to get everything just exactly right.
In theater, one of the biggest problems when you’re rehearsing comedy over and over again is that you stop laughing at each other.
The thing that really makes me happy is the real work and rehearsing and creating the character and the process of making the movie. Hollywood’s not real.
I remember rehearsing it, and it was the one that we were really excited about and thought would sound the best, and once it was down on tape, it was like, This doesn’t actually sound that good.
I do a lot of working out, but I haven’t been kicking for a while, so one time I was rehearsing a spinning roundhouse and darned near threw out my leg.
People prefer doing films. That is not the case with me. I don’t do theatre because I have to but because it makes me feel alive. I enjoy the whole process of rehearsing, though repetition can make it tedious.
So many times, I’ve seen conductors that, every time they have a thought, they stop the orchestra and say it, and I can see the orchestra rolling their eyes and saying, ‘Oh, God, he stopped again.’ So there’s a technique to rehearsing.
The first thing that was intimidating was when I started rehearsing to play Riff in the London company. That first day of rehearsal, I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m never going to learn this. I’m too slow.’
It felt scary because there was no auditioning, no rehearsing.
The first job I got was this TV job in this show called ‘The Unusuals.’ Then I did a play called ‘Slipping,’ and at the same time I was rehearsing another play at Playwrights Horizons, and that kind of snowballed into a bunch of plays.
Sometimes you don’t want to get married too much to a lot of rehearsing, I feel, when it comes to film, because there’s so many technicalities. So if I’m in my head, I’ve gotten settled on something, I’m gonna have to change it if I get there and something was set that’s completely different.
What’s more awkward than doing a shower scene? Rehearsing a shower scene.
I’m on my boat, training, rehearsing; I spend all my energy on the job that’s coming up, and I found that’s the way that works for me. The more energy you have on set, the better you’ll be; it’s all about being alive in that moment and listening.
I love, love, love to rehearse, but when you’re rehearsing and then you go do it at night, it’s a very weird thing, because you’re incorporating all these new things.
I’ve never liked rehearsing too much.
Performing, not rehearsing, is a dancer’s raison d’etre, and I’ve been lucky to ‘etre’ in some extraordinary places – Cuba, Paris, Mongolia. In particular, a two-week stint in Greece leaps to mind. We danced in the Acropolis’s Herodes Atticus amphitheater, once a venue for gladiator spectacles.
I’ll give you my worst nightmare. I’m dreaming that I’m onstage, the curtain goes up, and I have no idea what my lines are or what’s going on. I think I should know, I kind of know, I remember rehearsing… and the audience is there waiting.
An actor without an audience is rehearsing.
When I’m working on the scripts or working with the other actors or rehearsing with the director, and when the director is cutting the movie, and we’ve shot the scene, the director is not looking at the visual effects.
Traveling, talking to people, and rehearsing, I’m always finding new ideas. If I stay in one place, maybe I won’t have so many ideas.
My current project is my band, Population 1. We are writing, rehearsing and playing in Los Angeles.
We shot ‘High School Musical’ in eight weeks. I spent longer rehearsing for ‘Hairspray’ than filming ‘High School Musical’.
There’s nothing like rehearsing a waltz to a Stormzy track. It’s hard to compare it to anything!
When I was little, I remember rehearsing starving so that when I got to New York I would know how to do it.