A Skull in Conemara

A Skull in Conemara - A Skull in Connemara (1995) 10/20/08...

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A Skull in Connemara (1995)  10/20/08 Particular Points of Interests: Front then back Unanswered Question: Did Mick kill his wife? Very small cast (4 characters) The focus on the plot is on Mick, but the other characters have their own spin  on the central story (did he kill his wife or not) Irish culture is exceptionally complex and very different from American culture Was NOT  the first time Mick crushed skulls (with Mairtin) Why does Mairtin’s Grandmother continue to stop by Mick’s house every  night, when she believes he murdered his wife? o Free alcohol o Sense of judgment/superiority (while she pilfers BINGO) High Points of Play: Language (i.e. “Feck”) Mood changes from humor to drama (rapid change) Breaking of Bottles (Improv) Bothersome Issues: Timing of lights turning on and off Actors had a good time with roles, but possibly took away credibility
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2009 for the course THEATER 101 taught by Professor Harding during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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