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Those in whom the impulse is strong and dominant are perhaps those who in later years make the good society actors.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
A curtain that halts in its descent upon the actors endangers the effect of the entire Play.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Surely this pitiable case ought to be brought to the attention of the Actors' Benevolent Association.
Although many British actors and musicians were participants in this theater, it often suffered from financial stress.
The actors are very bad as such, and little better as singers; but the orchestra is very tolerable.
The leading actors and actresses of the country played at the Richmond Theater with pride.
Once seated, give your attention entirely to the actors whilst the curtain is up—to your companion when it is down.
The vanity of actors make them wish to be listened to, and it was then the custom to indulge them in this way.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
Consequently, the Virginia playhouses eventually closed and most of the actors and actresses traveled to foreign shores.
The first playhouse, we should remember, was not erected by a troupe of actors, but by a money-seeking individual.
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS

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