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    Question A Riddle for all you Theatre people.

    What's nearest to the end, furthest from the beginning, and never directly in between?
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    Re: A Riddle for all you Theatre people.

    Styxx,

    There is a time to laugh and a time not to
    laugh, and this is not one of them!

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    I'm confused
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    I'm scared...

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    Straange... Very, straaange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    What's nearest to the end, furthest from the beginning, and never directly in between?
    An old person?

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    Re: A Riddle for all you Theatre people.

    Think Theatre!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamix
    Straange... Very, straaange.

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    Re: A Riddle for all you Theatre people.

    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    What's nearest to the end, furthest from the beginning, and never directly in between?
    ?? Taking the question seriously, in theatre terms, I'd say the climax, followed by the "declining action" which usually is only a page or two.

    But--I think I missed the point. This is a riddle?

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    A theater composer's career?
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