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“We are likely in the second act of a three-act play.”
“Here's a good one on the three-act structure complete with illustrations.”
“Written two years before Hobson's Choice, Harold Brighouse's three-act comedy bursts bright from its century-long obscurity; its core issues of money, marriage, employment, parenting and women's rights as pertinent now as then.”
“Paris 'Eugene Onegin' Pushkin's lovelorn tale "Eugene Onegin" was adapted into a three-act opera in 1879 by Tchaikovsky.”
“Now he has gone for the big one: a three-act play about the conflict between faith and the free market in the modern world.”
“The most important thing is not how much freedom from censorship to give Chinese writers but how to teach them a three-act storyline.”
“I arrived in time for the middle band of the three-act bill, a Portland blues-roots duo called Hillstomp (above).”
“There is no traditional three-act arc; the story takes place entirely through the eyes of Max, who invents the world of the Wild Things as a means of coping with his emotional pain, and later uses it to help gain a better understanding of life and himself.”
“In 2007-2008, the term “mumblecore” became a quick way to recognize independent films made for budgets of close to zilch that still managed to carry a three-act story and present some interesting characters.”
“The dancers, brown skinned and with few exceptions homogeneous in their look, burst through the conventions of Minkus's war horse of a three-act ballet, eager to please.”
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