17 Awkward Situations Everyone in New Jersey Community Theater Goes Through

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New Jersey is home to a countless amount of community theaters that actors in the state call home. Each and every day, there seems to be a new set of auditions and performances that keep the theater community buzzing all year.

Unfortunately, as members of the New Jersey community theater community will point out… it’s not all fun. Sometimes, no matter how seasoned we are in the community theater world, we find ourselves in the same awkward situations over and over and over again. Here are 17 Awkward Situations Everyone in New Jersey Community Theater Go Through

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How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 6 of 6: “Endless Possibilities”

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Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 3 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 5 of 6: “Reading a Situation and the Key to Humility”

Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 3 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes – Part 4 of 6: “Logic and Analyzation”

Since the character “Sherlock Holmes” was introduced to the world in 1887, people around the globe have been fascinated with the chance to become just as cognitive and intuitive as he is.

Of course, we need to remember that “Sherlock Holmes” is a fictional character with some “abilities” that may be exaggerated for dramatic effect… but becoming a clear, intuitive/cognitive thinker is not impossible. Here is Part 3 of my 6-part series: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes.

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