I break things down- in fact all of your classes do- in order to deepen, practice, understand
but dissection is not life... like is integration and full of it all
so allow your practice to be at times dissected and at times FULL
and full can feel very different... and when you are no longer training in the same way
or when you get older and have more experience in the WHOLE of the DOING of theatre
it will be easier to break it down from time to time to deepen, analyze, uncover a problem, understand
but we have to break it down... dissect it at times
dissected things are typically...
and necessarily so-
or have no chemistry yet
(the cake before you mix it all together and it gets messy and bubbly...)
is full of throbbing, interrelated everything
and you cannot often see the detail/feel the detail within it
as you are experiencing it as a whole
as an artist you are often moving back and forth between these two worlds and sometimes it isn't even clear... which is which!
they are both part of the WORK!