Theatres on film: How the cinema imagines the stage

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Do something the other guys in your band haven't done, i.e. start a solo career and get married (see Nick Jonas) Have some sort of cute quirk that 12 year old girls can relate to, such as Harry Potter. Cast: Jean-Pierre Leaud, Francois Truffaut. Ensure you are the lead singer of a band (regardless of singing ability, tone deafness or actual interest) Remove parts of your clothing (if you remove them all, you will cease to be sexually nonthreatening, which will cause your demise)(see Jacob Hoggard, of Hedley) Develop a sympathetic problem so they will feel sorry for you ( drug addiction, depression, diabeetus, mean ex-girlfriends, lactose intolerance, two left shoes, etc.) Don't have any body hair other than on your head, and a little bit of stubble. (remember: only pedophiles have mustaches and beards!

Pages: 320

Publisher: Manchester University Press; 1 edition (December 1, 2015)

ISBN: 0719099927

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