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Twelve actors spend six months on a cramped bus, lose their lead actor, play 71 roles, and learn to work in spaces that wont hold their set, all while reconnecting with their passion for performing, receiving a great review in the New York Times, and bringing classical theater to America in The Acting Company's 37th Season. Written by Anonymous

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Well crafted and fascinating documentary.
26 April 2013 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

This is a very entertaining look at a historically important theatre group which continues to make essential contributions to American cultural life outside our large urban areas.

Wolkowitiz's camera work and pacing carry the viewer along on an interesting journey into parts of the country that many will be unfamiliar with. This fact is one of the most appealing aspects of the film as we see the actors interact with audiences new to live professional theatre.

"Still on the Road" is a notable contribution to the history of American theatre.


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