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Theater

An actor's dream: Pick the play, get the lead

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / March 13, 2005

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Almost all stage actors work job to job, rarely knowing what they'll be doing a year or even six months from now -- and not having much say in that decision, either. Their fate rests largely in the hands of other theater professionals who decide what plays they'd like to produce and whom they'd like to cast. But lately several ... (Full article: 1385 words)

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