Instead of more detailed work on our existing screenplays, Joan Tewkesbury went on to require lists that pertained not to our characters, but to us personally. “This has nothing to do with your scripts,” she said emphatically. “It’s all about you.” She fired the questions off: When were three times you were confident? What were three things you didn’t want to do? When were three occassions in which you felt you didn’t fit in?