Using A Narrator
'. . . if one goes by that criterion alone -- that the more people understand it the better -- then one can only reduce the language that you speak in the theatre to the language, for example, of a television series which does take the most reduced language to speak to people: the contemporary shorthand.'
-- Joseph Chaikin
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