This week over at ShowBizRadio, I talk about the importance of finally making a decision about your performance.
Having questions, both for your self, and for your director, and fellow actors is good. It's healthy. It opens the mind to new possibilities. But there comes a point in time where you have to buckle down and decide on how to proceed. Whether its a specific motivation for your character, a line reading, or something else.
In other words, you won't always get an "answer" which is a definitive solution to a question. You therefore must make the conscious choice, after thinking, researching, pondering, talking and experimenting to decide on something, and remain committed to that decision for the rest of the process.