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All of them, that is, except one young student, who sat patiently on his egg, as he had been doing the whole class. Adler ended the exercise and then asked the young man why, when everyone else went mad, he had remained on his egg. “Because I’m a chicken,” the young Marlon Brando replied. ” The Film Age We are now fully in the age of the film actor, and it has affected every part of the American acting experience, from style to economics. Stylistically, the latter half of the twentieth century, and the dawn of the twenty-first, have embraced the naturalism of O’Neill and Williams.
Being typed by a casting director as a “regional theater actor” could be a career death sentence. The Touring Landscape The last subdivision of the theater, touring, is different from regional theater in every way save the out-of-town part. A tour brings a show that has had success on Broadway to the rest of the country. You know how you read that Les Miz was a huge hit in New York, and now it’s coming to Boston? That’s a tour, and I’ve got some bad news for you. There are probably no actors from the original Broadway cast in the show you are going to see.
So if there are few new plays on Broadway, what plays are there? Revivals. Revivals do exactly what their name suggests—bring the dead back to life (which is true of some audience members as well). Plays that have proven to do well in the past are remounted with celebrity casts. We see a lot more Williams and O’Neill today than audiences did in their time. Why? 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.