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LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER

The Italian in the Piazza: The Light In The Piazza

  • Aired: 06/15/2006
  • 03:11
  • Rating: TV-G
Playing a character that only speaks italian seems a daunting task if the actor doesn't. The cast of Lincoln Center Theater's "The Light in the Piazza" tell how they parlano italiano and communicate to an English-speaking audience at the same time.
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Can English-speaking actors communicate on Broadway if the script is in Italian?
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