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The Glass Menagerie Play Review THEA 1030

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THEA 1030 The Glass Menagerie Play Review The play I am going to be reviewing today is the Glass Menagerie preformed at the Johnson City Community Theatre on Saturday April 23 rd . The different aspects of this play that I will be discussing are the acting and directing, next the space used and the scenery, and lastly I will cover the costumes, the lighting, and the text. I will discuss how each of these aspects affected my theatre experience, and what made the most lasting impact. The first aspects of this performance I will be covering is the acting and directing. Now seeing as how this was a local production I was not expecting professional quality acting, and this might be the reason I was so impressed. This play was directed by Stacy Bracey and I feel as though she did a great job. The production only consisted of four actors, Josh Cassels, Joy Nagy, Hannah Rader and Matthew Kilby. Seeing as how the cast was so small, it really made for better onstage chemistry. Josh Cassels who played Tom Wingfield did a fantastic job in my opinion,
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