acting level

acting level

A platform above the theater stage floor which is used for acting.
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"I needed another force, on an acting level, to have the power that Trump was embodying then," Michaels said.
Idris added: "Heroes and good guys can be flat and boring on an acting level. But when you play a villain, there are often so many layers to let your imagination run wild."
Her last series (Sana Bukas Pa ang Kahapon) was a triumph for her, eliciting calls for a follow-up film, the better to cement and document the heightened acting level she now
Seyhoud also said that Prime Minister Designate, Nouri al-Maliki, would hold the Interior Minister's post on acting level, till the National Coalition agrees on an independent personality to hold the post.
Well, whoever is chosen to play the character in her 20s will have to work hard to reach the acting level of Tabu and Konkona, both masters of their craft.
"I thought the quality of acting level was quite high, and I thought the design elements had come along quite nicely."
After a shaky start with the physical shtick, Firth settles into the character of Colin with the kind of wry disdain he's best at, and his legions of distaff fans should be well satisfied with his acres of screen-time, even though he's hardly pushed at an acting level. Graham is largely bright and open-eyed, and has trouble making much of a character out of Mandy; Steenburgen simply goes for broke as the trashy Joanie but, like Graham, seems to be in a different movie from Firth and Driver.
Their antagonist and protagonist relationship in the drama is terrific and every scene where both make eye contact and have an aggressive conversation, they take acting levels to a whole new level with the intensity in their interaction.
Your musical abilities, your flows, concepts and acting levels are forever incredible.