Have you ever seen a movie so many times you damn-near have it memorized? What if your audience felt that way about you? It happens more often than you might think.
You have this show or bit you do for the first time – it goes over incredibly well. So you do it again. As a performer you are excited that the audience is receiving your creation so well, so you continue doing the same show or bit. What happens?
Eventually your audience is going to fizzle out. This doesn’t make you a poor performer, it DOES, however, make you repetative and repetative is Boring. People crave the new and different and if you want to keep moving forward and gaining fans, you have to be the one to give them what the crave. Get creative with all aspects of your performance, push boundaries.
And Don’t apologize for experimenting.
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