Honor Your Company's Working Contributors

Whenever I pick up The New York Times' Arts section, I see a picture of a performer whose face I recognize even though I don't know his or her name. More often than not I will have seen these actors in bit roles on TV or in a movie; lo and behold, they are now playing leads in Broadway or Off Broadway productions. If we were to judge these actors' careers by their celluloid screen roles, it would diminish not only their accomplishments but their craft. Such actors are known and regarded with high esteem as working actors.

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