I'm not so happy with my work in Macbeth so far. Stilted, punching consonants, not letting vowels breathe, getting stuck in back of throat, jaw tight, sibbilants sometimes sharp but often not, not letting myself go because of fear of feeling hammy. The atmosphere in the rehearsal room is not conducive for working, either; for taking risks. Too much chatter--even snickering--heard from actors chatting on the side lines as those in a scene try to work. It's difficult to allow oneself the vulnerability that comes with letting loose hightened language with the hightened physicallity required, and a little respect from the peanut gallery would help. A lot.
UPDATE: I hasten to add that I have been as guilty of rehearsal room chatter as anyone else.