An Iranian playwright, without a passport and unable to leave his country, created a one-person play all about control and submission. Actors see the script for the first time on stage, as they start their first and only performance before a paying audience. The experience has spurred total panic in seasoned actors.
Some people watch the Super Bowl for the ads. We watch the Oscars for the odd things that stars say and do. We've made it easy to keep track of the clichés and self-parodies with Studio 360's Awards Night Bingo card. So get ready to mark on your card when someone begins a speech with "Oh my god!" or invokes Nelson Mandela.
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