Going on stage is not an easy task. Besides exposing yourself to others, you have to practice your craft and render invisible that technique in every action and word. If it looks staged, the illusion quickly fades away, and the audience cannot connect with the performer. In the preface of Voice and the Actor by Cicely Berry, famous theater director Peter Brook explores some of these ideas while pitching the contents of the book itself. Forget about the pitching, and focus on the substance that is there to read between the lines.  

The world is a complicated place, and there's a lot of division between people. The performing arts tend to unify people in a way nothing else does.

- David Rubenstein

Helder Guimaraes