Three Weeks at Wabash: 'Passion is for Pros'  
 

Thomas told students that, while film roles are more lucrative, he loves theater work and the opportunity to work with the words written by the best playwright.

“The difference is texture and the excitement and real challenge is in the text,” Thomas said. He noted that making a movie or even television is hours of waiting and sitting and shooting scenes out of sequence. “In theater, once the curtain goes up everyone is going to get to go on and perform.”

 
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