Richard Seyd discusses his method of being in the moment of a scene or monologue by using “Triggers” to move from moment to moment. It is fascinating to realize how many moments there are in a scene, and how each moment can be interpreted differently. Richard believes that there is only 15-20% of your lines in a script that you should drill, the rest are moment based lines. That’s good news for any actor who stresses over learning his lines! “Inside each moment there is a world, and there is a world of understanding in each moment.” The good thing is that apparently, we all do this at one time or another, automatically. Hopefully, that will make it easier to do it all the time!