Cotolo Chronicles: Supporting Roles

Ask anyone what drives a story and anyone will respond: “Characters.” Often, in stage and screen, the ancillary roles support the main and dynamic characters in many subtle ways that help satisfy the drama. So, Heather Drain talks on the Aug. 1 show about the actors that have made careers looking unimportant in plots, the “character actors” that are unheralded because their supporting roles seem moot. If you love the A list and the B list of stars, you will love hearing about the C and so-on list of people that have mastered the art of being great with little acknowledgment. It begins …

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