Given the current wave of film-to-stage transfers, most theatre professionals are probably excessively aware that transforming a popular film into a successful stage production is challenging under the best of circumstances. Movies, after all, are able to depict chase sequences, swift changes in venue, and vast expanses of earth and sky through the magic of cinematography and film editing. Our stage medium, on the other hand, is obviously limited to the physical playing space of the stage ...
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