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For general questions about plays and theatrical performances as works of literature. If your question is about a specific play, use the title and author tags instead.

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masterpieces with structures beginning at one act and proceeding upwards from there. Contemporary dramaturges regularly alter the "breakup" of longer plays, as the contemporary theater tend to avoid … form. Breath has a run-time of about 25 seconds. Modern act structure was in large part driven by theater concessions. Thus Maxwell Anderson or Noel Coward might write a four act play—four acts …
answered Feb 25 '17 by DukeZhou