Wagner 1 Andrew Wagner September 2015 Theatre Appreciation 207 FencesAnalysis There are a few things that are less impressive than the sense of immersion that a scene in a well-produced play or film can create. These moments of full immersion require hours upon hours of rehearsal or filming, even for just a one-minute scene. However, it is these moments that make a performance memorable; The audience can’t help but empathize with the character and feel everything that the character would have felt. The University of Louisville’s production ofFencesis practically defined by these immersive moments, the first of which being the reveal of Troy’s new and unwanted child. It is at this point, in both script and production, that the play begins to feel real. Before this moment everyone and everything seems fine (minus minor hints at the impending conflict between Troy and Cory Maxson). When Troy first reveals to Rose that he has not only been unfaithful but
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