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Women were not allowed to act on stage.
No, women were not allowed to act in 1595. The roles of women in the theater were most often played by men.
No. Women were not allowed to perform or act.
Women weren't allowed to act because it was seen as immoral for men to stare at women, it led them to sin.
Women were not allowed to act in those times. Only men were allowed and they did have to act as women. Women could and did do backstage jobs, particularly in the "tiring house" (costume department).
No women were not allowed to act in the theater but were allowed to dance for a small while in the chorus in front of the stage. Women were not allowed to act as it was considered unwomanly and dishonourable.
The persons act has to do with the Famous Five. Because of them women today are allowed to vote. And that is what the Persons Act is.
No.they were considered unseemly
Yes, men played women because women were apparantly not allowed to act.
Yes, women weren't allowed to act.
Women Sexist country :(
Women were not allowed to act. Young men played the parts of women.