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Angry Gods and Lost Marbles March 4, 2008 Emma Fortune On Wednesday, February 27, 2008, I attended the play Angry Gods and Lost Marbles . The play is conceived and directed by Paoli Lacy and presented by Coastal Carolina University Theatre. The conceiver of the play has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. This play symbolizes her struggle with her emotional life and her everyday lifestyle. Angry Gods and Lost Marbles is a dark clown play that illustrates the struggle between two clowns and whimsical Gods. When the “angry Gods” attack, one clown is forced to loose her marbles and become suicidal. The characterization in the play was very well presented. All of the actors did an excellent job in creating the characters they played. I was impressed with the costumes and the actions of the actors. There was very little talking during the play, mostly just movement. You had to read the characters actions to determine what the play was about. The Gods who attacked the clowns would physically take marbles out of the hats on their heads. As this would happen the
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course THEATRE 101 taught by Professor Baxter during the Spring '08 term at Coastal Carolina University.

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