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01:35:34 PM May 28th 2014
I am deleting the following example from Theatre because it doesn't fit the trope:

  • In Speaking In Tongues, the nine characters (five male, four female) are played by four actors (two of each) across three acts.

Yes, that sort of casting is quite common in theatre. So what? To qualify for this trope, the double-casting has to be significant in terms of the characters or story. This example makes no claim that it is.
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