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The Broadway show drew heat last month from the Alliance for Inclusion in the Arts for not casting a disabled actress as Helen Keller, and a number of children who auditioned for the understudy part were blind or deaf.
In just one production - Peter Brook's 1978 Antony and Cleopatra with Glenda Jackson and Alan Howard - the understudy company included Juliet Stevenson, David Bradley, John Bowe, Alan Rickman and Ruby Wax.
I remember that every time we did shows or were put up for anything she would always end up the understudy.
I joined as understudy to Elwood and Jake, you can be playing one or the other," he explains.
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CELTIC are poised to offload understudy keepers Stewart Kerr and Dmitri Kharine.
It's been my great fortune to have been Erwin's understudy all these years.
A Houston Texas native and a Prince understudy since the tender age of 14, the young singer/songwriter wisely took to heart the first rule the mercurial Prince ever taught her - 'Don't do what everybody else is doing.
And Evans, who has been understudy to Rhys Buckley all season, gets his first Greene King IPA Championship start at hooker.
from back page understudy was given no chance as Sanchez beat Everton's Leighton Baines - chosen over Chelsea's Ashley Cole - to score the first.
The 37-year-old is negotiating his release from Tynecastle, where he has 12 months remaining on his deal, and will replace Scott Thomson on the coaching staff as well as playing understudy to a new No.
UNDERSTUDY Edward Bennett has spoken of how he fell ill after replacing Doctor Who star David Tennant in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Hamlet.