2 edition of Acting and Theatre found in the catalog.
Acting and Theatre
by Tandem Library
Written in English
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Book: The script of the musical: characters, dialogue, etc. He is currently the head of acting for the musical theater program at Pace School of Performing Arts. He served as the casting and. Instagram. 0 4 0
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