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Saturday, December 8, 2018

Saturday Saying Chew

Saturday Saying Chew

In the theater, the phrase “chew the scenery” can mean more than one thing and it can be good or bad.

Usually the saying is negative and means that a performer is over-acting, overplaying, upstaging others and being generally obnoxious and over the top.

However, it can also mean that the performer is performing so well that he/she is stealing the scene in a good way.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Theatrical Saying #126:
“Chew the scenery has more than one meaning.”

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“To take those risks not only do you need to silence the external critics, you also need to let go of the inner critic that tries to worry you about the fear of rejection.”
― Michael Port, Steal the Show

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