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Each educator, while committed to the school of theatrical arts, develops his or her own style of teaching based on his or her many years of experience. This process is not intentional. Here, as we have said above, just as there are aspects of acting that are inherent in nature, so there are inherent aspects of pedagogy that are inherent in nature
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