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The play began modestly. In the middle of the poem, Thespis couldn't contain
himself. He felt strange, and shouted: "Hold me up, I feel faint, I'm going to have a
fit!" No one held him up. Then he jumped out of the Chorus and answered them.
Thespis was becoming a person who hurled himself into the unknown. He makes
mistakes, but takes the consequences — as you sow, so shall you reap. Thespis
looked Solon straight in the eye and answered him unabashed: "No, I'm not ...
The audience at this memorable first night — not counting the usual handful of
moaners — loved the idea. They wanted more. Improvisation is life. Deadlock.
Now what? Thespis didn't want to give the impression of lying, and he didn't want
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