I will be critiquing this piece for #Writingmadefun. Since you don’t have a Premium Membership, I’m going to critique this in a less formal fashion and simply speak on the piece as a whole.
The first thing that jumps out to me is that you’ve trapped yourself within the form. What I mean by that is, from reading this, is appears you’re working more to make sure that the couplets rhyme rather than focusing on the content itself. For example:
So do it! Tell your lie!
Be an actor! Show you're shy!!
Here, there are a million questions that could be asked. What lie is the “actor” telling? How is it than an actor, who is trying to prove themselves as a “great mind,” shy? Another:
That's your crowd, make your try!
Let them see you, when you cry!!
Who is the crowd? What are they trying? If this still has to do with “the lie,” then we still don’t know what they’re doing? Why is the actor crying? Why does the actor want the crowd to see him cry? Another:
It's your show, It's your chance!
And I see it, You are in trance!
What show is it? What kind of show are they putting on? Why is the actor in a trace? What kind of trance are they in?
I could go on, but I think you get the idea. These couplets are short, quick, and don’t really hold anything substantial for the reader to take out. Deciphering any meaning from this is next to impossible.
You also have some rather awkwardly worded segments that are only awkward because you force them into the rhyme. See: “Make your try,” “show you’re shy.”
I think, in this case, you should remove yourself from this rhyme scheme in order to free yourself to showcasing what this poem is supposed to say. I’m sure you have an idea and theme in mind, but these bits are so abstract that, in its current form, it doesn't say much at all. Consider using tools like imagery and thinking about what you're saying to bring out the real message behind this piece.