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A Chorus Line (1975) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical about a group of young actors and actresses struggling to make it on Broadway. The play depicts the other side of Broadway—the sacrifices and hardships people endure to make it on the stage. It is also blessed with a wonderful score. It was conceived and choreographed by Michael Bennett; lyrics were written by Edward Kleban, and the music was created by Marvin Hamlisch. It played for over fifteen years on Broadway.

Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing (1982) is another example of a contemporary British play that uses the device of a play-within-a-play. Like A Chorus of Disapproval, it is set squarely in the world of theater, although it is concerned with successful West End theater, not provincial companies. It is also focused on love and marriage. .

Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion (1913) is a classic comedy about a professor, Henry...

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