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The Dressing Rooms of Broadway

Produced by Betsy Horan
Text by Jesse Green
via www.nytimes.com

What performers take off (and put on), as told in 33 photographs and the words of Jesse Green, co-chief theater critic for The New York Times. “Some dressing rooms are shrines to self-love,” he writes. “More pertinently, they are assembly lines for reinvention.”

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The cast of “A Chorus Line” The Booth Theater was turned into a makeshift dressing room for the hundreds taking part in the musical’s record 3,389th performance at the nearby Shubert Theater. Sept. 29, 1983.CreditFred R. Conrad/The New York Times

<strong>The cast of “A Chorus Line”</strong> The Booth Theater was turned into a makeshift dressing room for the hundreds taking part in the musical’s record 3,389th performance at the nearby Shubert Theater. Sept. 29, 1983.”/></figure>
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