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Poll: Should audio announcements be used to signal when understudies are performing?

Emma Williams (photo: Michael David Smith), Michael Xavier (photo: Adam Hills) and Helana Muir Emma Williams (photo: Michael David Smith), Michael Xavier (photo: Adam Hills) and Helana Muir
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Earlier this month, leading performers including Michael Xavier and Emma Williams called on producers to do more to make it clearer when an understudy is on stage. They argued that audio announcements should be made prior to a show beginning, that tell audiences when understudies are on. This week we’re asking: Should audio announcements be used to signal when understudies are performing?


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