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Unformatted text preview: smaller writer tells the other guy that he didn’t like a part that he wrote, and in turn, the bigger writer murdered him. The acting in this play was ridiculously impressive. The guy who played the famous writer gave himself an accent which he performed flawlessly. I’m not 100% sure what the accent was, maybe English with something else? But it was amazing nonetheless and he stayed in the character the entire time. They also both had their lines memorized without a problem. I really didn’t understand the point of this play. I think maybe it was to say that greed and wealth was only so much, but it doesn’t matter if you are an asshole and completely alone. The bigger writer might have been rich and famous, but he was bitter and hated the world. The smaller guy brought it up to him, which in turn got the bigger guy nervous and thinking. The concept behind the play I thought was pretty creative....
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- Spring '07
- Writing, Thought, Writer, Guy