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Marjan Ebrahimi Amadeus Joseph Kidawski Section 01 A.M 3/11/08
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On Sunday, May 9 th I ushered and watched URI’s production of Amadeus by Peter Shaffer. Alan F. Hawkridge directed the play, Carl F. Gudenius created the scenic design, Sally E. Tschantz-Dwyer was in charge of costume design, Christian Wittwer took care of lighting design, and sound design was taken care of by Micheal E. Martineau. The director and key designers did a terrific job executing Amadeus . Its tragic and dark theme was captivating and intriguing. An old man, Salieri (Joseph Kidawski), introduces Amadeus with a monologue in which he calls for his audience to appear. After his viewers finally show their faces, he begins to tell them his tragic story. Suddenly the old man turns into a young and boastful thirty one year old court conductor. He describes to the audience how as a young boy of sixteen he prayed to God that he could become a famous conductor and be praised by all. However, he becomes alarmed after hearing of a young prodigy touring Europe. This young conductor goes by the name, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Tyler Fischer) and is said to be a genius musician. When young Mozart comes to Austria in search of a steady
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