August 29, 2015

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Theatre Dictionary Term of the Month: "Double Take"

Garth Kravits of Old Jews Telling Jokes and Michael Kostroff of The Nance joined comedic forces to create the latest installment in TDF’s Theatre Dictionary Term of the Month video series. The pair met for lunch at NYC’s Duffy Square and demonstrated classic stage “takes” — the “Spit Take,” the “Take to the Audience,” the “Slow Burn” and, of course, the world famous “Double Take.” To see the ever-expanding theatre dictionary, visit www.theatredictionary.org.







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