The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Critique

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Michael Curran April 29 th 2008 “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” Michael Pignatelli Section 02
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“There was a Miss Jean Brodie in her prime” was a line I recalled ever since reading Muriel Spark’s novel in college level English and I was hoping to be seeing just that at the University of Rhode Island’s presentation on Saturday April 27 th . Based upon the screenplay by Bryna Wortman I was slightly disappointed with the presentation as a whole, perhaps solely based upon my high praise of “Amadeus” from earlier this year though it was still a thoroughly enjoyable presentation and I believe the view was held by all since the Sunday showing which I had also attended seemed to comprise of many audience members who were led by word-of-mouth. The effort by director Bryna Wortman was in all ways engrossing but fell short very slightly in some of the technical executions, most notably in Cheryl deWardener’s scenic design. Marilyn Salvatore provided some very realistic costumes and the work of Jeffrey Whitsett in lighting and
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