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Do you know any thespians? No, not one of them, we mean someone who likes to perform on stage, whether professionally or a the am-dram level. These people are often the most superstitious on the planet, so if you want to freak them out when you go to the theater, just mention Shakespeareâs Macbeth or start whistling if you get the chance to go backstage â these are two of the biggest âno-noâs in theatre circles, and we donât mean the balcony. Hence, also, the good luck expression âbreak a legâ. We reckon thespians are a strange bunch anyway, as the third thing you are not allowed to do is wish them âgood luckâ.
Joking aside, break a leg is a genuinely kind thing to say to anyone before opening night, and if you havenât got the chance to be there, why not send them a copy of our Break a Leg Award? Weâve created a smart template that is easy to personalize by inserting their name and the production they are in, then you can either print it off and mail it to them, or you can download the award as a digital image and email it to them, or post it on their Facebook page.