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Still on the Road (2010)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Sara Wolkowitz
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Credited cast:
Matthew Amendt Matthew Amendt ... Himself
Fred Arsenault Fred Arsenault ... Himself (as Freddy Arsenault)
Georgia Cohen Georgia Cohen ... Herself
Kelley Curran ... Herself
Rick Ford ... Himself
Andy Grotelueschen Andy Grotelueschen ... Himself
Harriet Sansom Harris ... Herself
Carie Kawa ... Herself
Kevin Kline ... Himself
Bob McClure Bob McClure ... Himself
William Sturdivant William Sturdivant ... Himself
Samuel Taylor Samuel Taylor ... Himself
Chris Thorn Chris Thorn ... Himself
Sonny Valicenti ... Himself
Rainn Wilson ... Himself
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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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USA

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English

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3 January 2010 (USA) See more »

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This is a great documentary
27 March 2013 | by sholinerSee all my reviews

This movie is really beautifully made. It's also informative in an interesting and funny way about The Acting Company as well as the way theater is viewed across the country, and how the company is bringing live theater to more people. It's a documentary that's definitely worth seeing.

It's really fascinating in that it has interviews with the actors on tour, and actors including Rainn Wilson, and also conversations with the people who comprise the audience.

Watching this documentary brings across the message of passion and dedication that drive these talented actors, as well as the importance of theater. Definitely recommend.


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