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The theatrical performances presented in the 41 professional theatre district and lincoln center along broadway, in Midtown manhattan, New york city.
A musical, at least in the modern sense, is a play or film that combines acting with singing (and often dancing).
an advertisement or program for a play.
An actor's movement and stage positions during a performance.
The cast bow at the end of the show.
A printed copy of the diolouge, music, and directions of a play.
The way an actor sits and stands.
The volume at which you speak.
The time you have to be at the theatre.
A second audition.
Feedback given over what was done wrong and what was done well.
Another word for memorized rehearsal.
A practice for a play or musical.
Taking down and clearing the set, lighting and sound after a show.
The group of actors in a play or musical.
The person in charge of running the play or musical.
The people behind the scenes who keep the play or musical running .
The person has the overall responsibility of making the show run smoothly.
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