Always Ensemble, Never the Star

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Theatre and film are necessarily collaborative arts, encompassing a wide range of technical, creative, and performative roles. If you’ve ever watched the credits of a film, you’ve gained a glimpse into just how vast a production can be. But of course, you don’t recognize 95% of the names in the credits — only the celebrity…

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