Bloom Fears West End Stage Performance

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British actor Orlando Bloom finds performing on London's West End stage daunting compared to starring on a multi-million dollar movie set. The Pirates of the Caribbean star makes his West End theatre debut in London on 16 July (07) in a revival of David Storey's 1969 play In Celebration - and Bloom admits he is petrified. He says, "Theatre acting is just a different muscle, and I'm sort of shocking it into life. "Right now, I'm finding rehearsal space where we're working a very intimidating place, much more so than any $300 million movie set."


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Theatre acting is VERY different from film acting. On film if you screw up, you shoot another take. In theatre, if you screw up or if things don't go as planned (happens quite a lot) you have to roll with it and improvise when possible (and pray the audience has a sense of humour).
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