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Terry Morgan  –  Stage Raw

One of the definitions of “meta-theatrical” is a theatre piece that constantly reminds the audience that they’re watching a play — one which comments on theatre in general. One famous example of this technique is Our Town, where the Stage Manager — not the narrator, mind you, but explicitly the Stage Manager — tells the audience immediately that watching a play is what they’re doing. Read more…

Dany Margolies – The Daily Breeze

Playwrights love pouncing on our flaws, sometimes with harsh words or warnings for us or with outrageous exaggerations. Read more…

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