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CabbitGirlEmi
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08:41:03 AM Mar 18th 2014
edited by 67.186.44.137
Well, I just learned that Glenn Close played men in addition to female roles.
DonaldthePotholer
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06:38:27 PM Aug 8th 2012
edited by DonaldthePotholer
Removing examples that should fall under Cross-Dressing Voices as so:

[The other King of the Hill example is valid and shall be retained]
  • Bob's Burgers reverses the women-as-boys trend, with both wife Linda and pubescent daughter Tina being played by men.

Also, is there any difference between Reasons 1 (All male Theater Troupes due to Moral Guardians) and 6 (All male University Troupes from back when only males could be students due to Moral Guardians) in the description? I am seriously considering combining these reasons and rearranging the others using words like "conversely" and "similarly".
suedenim
08:13:09 AM Aug 11th 2012
I'd go ahead and combine them. Also, #9 is pretty confusing. I think it should probably be rewritten to emphasize stuff like how the part of a boy might be played by an adult woman to avoid various "child actor" problems (hard to find good ones, child labor law complications, etc.)
Prfnoff
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12:04:09 PM Sep 12th 2010
It's not just Original Cast Precedent in Chicago (the musical); Billy's summation ends with The Reveal that Mary Sunshine is really a man.
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