Garrybl on 08/25/2007
|The world of theatrical plays tends to consist of plays about real people, plays about real people in the guise of fiction, and the most common category, that of plays of fictional people.|
In this third category the audience KNOWS that the cast are fictional, but voluntarily suspends reality. However, from time to time the author applies a modicum of trickery by adding a second layer of deception. Sometimes the audience know about the trick, and the cast are supposed to be in on the deception, sometimes just the cast are supposed to be fooled, and occasionally everyone is fooled.
Enter this world of theatrical meta-fiction and discover how much you already know about this apparently complex subject; and beware of spoilers!
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