The author of the passage implies which of the following about Belasco's production of The Governors Lady? A. It was dismissed by certain theater critics who misunderstood Belasco's conception of modernity. B. It was intended to marshal elements of the New Stagecraft to serve Belasco's predilection for realistic staging. C. It demonstrated that theatrical literalism could be used effectively to express a dramatic texts central ideas. D. It elicited responses that reflected a discrepancy between popular tastes in entertainment and the tastes of progressive theater critics. E. It relied on the appeal of an impressively realistic stage set to compensate for weaknesses in other aspects of the production.