QUERIES ARE LIKE AUDITIONS: PART WHO’S COUNTING ANYMORE?

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‘Scrambled Feet,’ a review about life in the theatre that played the Village Gate for two years, had a couple of my favorite lines ever.

“I’d like to audition for the Public Theatre.”

“I’m sorry. We only work with people we’ve worked with before.”

Raise your hand if you’re old enough to remember the Village Gate. Oh, come on you guys. It was open until 1993. Image

 

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