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  1. May I have your attention, please, for an important announcement: Otis Day and the Knights are performing here on February 16th. I will be the guy in the front row, screaming, O-TIS !!!!! MY MAN !!!!!!!
  2. Plays 2018 - Pop-Up Magazine 2017 - Sunset Boulevard 2011 - Sleep No More 1950 - The Curious Savage Operas 2000 - L'Amour de Loin 1904 - Madama Butterfly 1853 - La Traviata Comedy 1972 - Laugh Your Ass Off
  3. Warren Stevens was a very recognizable character actor on many television series from the late 40s to the late aughts, and has a very recognizable face, as he's been in some of our (well, "my") favorites: Oct 9, 1955 - Perry Stanger in "Premonition" on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" - Mar 15, 1956 - Lt. "Doc" Ostrow in "Forbidden Planet" - Nov 4, 1960 - Richard Crown in "The Strengthening Angels" on "Route 66" - Jan 19, 1962 - Nate Bledsoe in "Dead Man's Shoes" on "The Twilight Zone" - Feb 23, 1968 - Rojan in "By Any Other Name" on "Star Trek" - Dec 15, 1971 - Officer Art McCall in "The Dinosaur" on "Adam 12" -
  4. "Glossary of Technical Theatre Terms - Directing" on theatrecrafts.com I'm looking for one specific term (which may, or may not, be in this list - the list is too long, and I didn't find it). The term I'm looking for is when - usually in the early part of a play or film - dialogue is used primarily to educate the audience about something. As an example, two brothers are talking to each other, and one says to the other, " ... and then Julie, our sister, decides to go off to college ..." In real life, nobody would say, "our sister," but now the audience knows that Julie is their sister. I just made that rather crude example up off the top of my head, so after you accept my apology, would someone please tell me the term for that? It happens *all the time*, and I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. I just watched an Adam-12 episode ("Day Watch" - Season 4, Episode 10) where Reed says to Malloy, "We're lucky we ran into that guy from San Francisco - there aren't that many good Samaritans left." Obviously, Malloy would be well aware of this, and Reed is addressing the viewers, essentially telling them that the police appreciate good Samaritans - it's the same device, and it's so common that there must be a term for it.
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