The Pageant Players, who see life as too big to be confined within a traditional setting, have moved their theatre into laundromats, churches, city streets and on the march to such a warmly enthusiastic institution as the Pentagon. Their technique is very crude, very personal, very political. They are against war and other aspects of modern life. Here they are at the climax of their penetrating Man Bites Newspaper, a work in progress.

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