It Takes More than Memorization

Dorothy Chapman, DTM says that she had the part of Henry Higgins' mother in a play

She had her lines memorized within the week. After nearly month of practices, the whole group was finally going to practice without script. At that next practice, she was lost. She discovered that she knew her lines, but not the cues.

Moral: you can know the right things but not when to apply them.

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