SCENE 1: ANYWHERE

Andrea walks into any sort of meeting or event or any place she may she someone she knows.

FRIEND: Hey!

ANDREA: How’s it going?

FRIEND: I totally saw you walking down (whatever street) the other day!

ANDREA: Oh yeah?

FRIEND: Yeah! You looked PISSED.

ANDREA: What?

FRIEND: You looked so mad.

ANDREA: Oh…that’s weird. I wasn’t.

FRIEND: Seriously, you should have seen the look on your face.

Wednesday 1

SCENE 2: ANYWHERE ELSE

Andrea having a conversation with almost anyone (though this most typically happens during rehearsals).

ANDREA: Okay, cool.

ACTOR: What’s wrong?

ANDREA: How do you mean?

ACTOR: Why are you looking at me like that?

ANDREA: Like what?

ACTOR: Like that.

ANDREA: I don’t understand.

ACTOR: You look so mad.

ANDREA: Mad? I’m not mad.

ACTOR: Why do you look so pissed? Should I try it again? Do you want me to change something? I can go bigger with the (whatever we’re discussing) if you want.

ANDREA: No, I thought it was great!

ACTOR: Are you sure?

ANDREA: …Yes!

ACTOR: You still look mad.

ANDREA: I’m just listening to you!

ACTOR: Are you sure?

ANDREA: YES!

Wednesday 2

Throughout my life, I have learned that my neutral facial expression apparently looks very serious. So not only is my face international, but it’s angry, too(?). Maybe I watched too much Addams Family as a kid.

Serious

(Nah, no such thing.)

xA

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