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Al Pacino Finds Flow On Stage in Salome

I just saw Al Pacino perform Oscar Wilde’s Salome in Los Angeles and was absolutely blown away by this actor’s ability to lose himself in the role of the king on stage. I’ve been quite down on mainstream entertainment lately, but this experience has given me renewed optimism.

I have a new appreciation for the culture of celebrity, at least when the performer at hand is as genuinely talented as Pacino is. It makes sense that an actor, who must find their flow publicly before an audience, has become modern day royalty, because there is something so appealing about watching someone become one with their craft. It’s why we love to watch athletes and why certain bloggers rise to the top, because they are able to find their stride in a public forum.

Perhaps it’s also why others who perform jobs that are largely unseen by many are so under appreciated. While their work is no less meaningful or important, they find their flow in hidden places, and we are not able to witness their marvels.

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