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It's an exciting time for new and upcoming women playwrights. Yes, the overwhelming majority of plays are still produced by men, and women are the majority of the theater going public, but I was still surprised find out that there were so many plays written and produced by women. The theater has been a way out for women; it was a way to work up the social ladder, earn equal pay, and find independence. Women have reached the latest achievements as actresses than in any other art form and this remains so today. Acting is closely related to role-playing and ceremonies in society, the roles women way our reflection of the different ways that women function in society.
New York City Broadway is an American tradition that has held on for centuries, but these years have a story behind them. In the beginning, there was the King’s Arms building, a group of tourists, and an idea. In 1696, these components led to the first small, amateur productions in New York City. Over the next century, many other performances like the first were shown, eventually replacing the prior form of entertainment, which was alcohol. Then, in September of 1732, a group of actors from London begin doing many shows in a vacant building that held, which led to the first documented professional performance on December 6th of that same year.
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