I do strongly feel that among the greatest pieces of luck for high achievement is ordeal. Certain great artists can make out without it, Titian and others, but mostly you need ordeal. My idea is this: the artist is extremely lucky who is presented with the worst possible ordeal which will not actually kill him. At that point, he’s in business: Beethoven’s deafness, Goya’s deafness, Milton’s blindness, that kind of thing.

Teater menciptakan getaran-getaran pada setiap segmen peristiwa di atas pentas, getaran itu di serap penonton dan di simpan dalam dirinya. Getaran itu seperti sinyal atau kode yang disalurkan oleh setiap pementasan-pementasan teater. penonton di paksa memelihara getaran itu sampai dia merasakan kehilangan dan mengambilnya kembali pada setiap pementasan.

We’re all pros already. 1) We show up every day 2) We show up no matter what 3) We stay on the job all day 4) We are committed over the long haul 5) The stakes for us are high and real 6) We accept remuneration for our labor 7) We do not overidentify with our jobs 8 ) We master the technique of our jobs 9) We have a sense of humor about our jobs 10) We receive praise or blame in the real world

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