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The Decline And Fall Of The Large-Cast American Play
"It's easy to forget that the latter-day dominance of the small-cast play is a fairly recent development in theatrical history. Large casts used to be the rule, not the exception. Indeed, most of the best-known American plays of the 20th century called for performing forces that would now be seen by penny-pinching producers as insanely extravagant." The Wall Street Journal 03/29/13
Posted March 29, 2013 12:53 AM




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