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    #1

    act in a play

    Sorry if I'm mistaken. I'm not sure if there is such a word "co-act" or "co-perform"?

    Can I say?

    "He wanted to co-act with a famous star in a play.''

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    Re: act in a play

    I've never heard 'co-act' or 'co-perform'.

    You could say 'He wanted to co-star with a famous actress.'

    Rover

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