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Can Critics Review Pieces Whose Performers Have Certain Disabilities?
"Historically, there is no nice precedent for this work: Once, the circus freak show was the only home for the handicapped performer. When the talkies started, dwarfs, in particular, were occasionally called on to play clowns or villains but today the film industry actually has an increasingly realistic approach to presenting the handicapped." The Globe & Mail (Canada) 02/02/13
Posted February 3, 2013 08:42 AM

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