Writing for Vaudeville

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Excerpt: ... then go into Full Stage; or it may open in Full Stage, go into One for a little musical number, and then go back into a different full-stage scene for its finish. It may even be divided into three big scenes-each played in a different set-with two interesting numbers in One, if time permits, or the act be planned to make its appeal by spectacular effects. Very often, as in Lasky's "A Night on a Houseboat," a big set-piece or a trick scene is used to give an effect of difference, although the entire act is ...

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