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A Great Broadway Tradition, Lost: Sneaking In For Act Two

“There was a time when ‘second-acting’ – sneaking into a Broadway theater at intermission before the second act – was as common as the cigarette break in the middle of a musical. It was a time-honored rite of passage, practiced by generations of starving actors and students of the theater. … But today, when security […]
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A Lost Art on Broadway: Sneaking In for Act 2

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Slipping in with crowds during intermission, known as second-acting, was once a rite of passage for students and starving actors. But theaters no longer turn a blind eye to the practice.

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