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Quotes about Theatre

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Dr. Samuel Johnson
(1707 - 1784)
She no more thought of the play out of which her part was taken, than a shoemaker thinks of the skin, out of which the piece of leather, of which he is making a pair of shoes, is cut.
Groucho Marx
(1890 - 1977)
I didn't like the play, but then I saw it under adverse conditions -- the curtain was up.
Paul Fussell"Dinner Theatre" a way of positively guaranteeing that both food and theatre will be amateur and mediocre, which means unthreatening and therefore desirable.
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