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Monday, March 11, 2019

Dramatic Progression / Exposition - All My Sons

On 2/26/18 I wrote about dramatic progression and exposition and the challenge the actor faces when expository dialogue is sometimes narratively written as it was in Silver Linings Playbook.  I've sometimes told actors that the best example I could think of where the writer wrote exposition dramatically is Arthur Miller's 1947 play, All My Sons.

I'm so pleased that now, in 2019, the play will be performed in New York and that when it closes, it will be able to be viewed at the Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts.

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