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For the first time, women graced the English stage in great numbers. The sexually and otherwise repressed society, now free from Puritan rule, took a cue from the French and began having some fun. The period produced some notable comedies, including Congreve’s The Way of the World and Wycherley’s The Country Wife. With material paving the way for great comic performances, focus in the theater began to shift from the play to the actor. The first female star of the stage, Nell Gwynn, was, somewhat ironically, born in a brothel.
Meanwhile, I was taking pride in the work I was doing in the downtown New York theater scene, working long into the night in chilly, converted schoolhouses on the Lower East Side. While I found this both romantic and artistically fulfilling, those who had to sit through performances, still wearing their winter coats, had another way of thinking about it. ” This gap in understanding about what it means to be an actor will have shrunk by the time you finish this book. Think of it as a handbook—a reference tool for the future months and years of auditions, callbacks, unions, shoots, per diems, scale rates, day player jobs, and, with any luck, residuals you will pocket.
The writing’s been validated, the stars will attract audiences, and money will be made. They hope. Off-Broadway In a reaction to many of the inherent problems with Broadway, a move away from Broadway began to take shape in the late sixties. Many of today’s celebrities—Pacino, Hackman, and Duvall—got their start performing in such shows. Off-Broadway is still, though increasingly to a lesser extent, the place where upand-coming and established playwrights find their audiences. The theaters are smaller, as is the profit margin.
Acting Is a Job: Real Life Lessons about the Acting Business by Jason Pugatch