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the critique 2 - James Strunk Steele The 103 WEB 11/11/06...

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James Strunk Steele The 103 WEB 11/11/06 Theatre Critique: Miss Nelson is Missing The basic premise of the play is that Miss Nelson’s class is misbehaving, so she decides to leave. The class is at first overjoyed, but then realize their mistake. Miss Nelson’s replacement is an evil woman, who delights in torturing the class with an overload of work. The class then seeks out to find Miss Nelson, obtaining the help of a local bumbling detective. When that fails, the class writes her a note, imploring her to return. At the end of the play, Miss Nelson does in fact return, and the class promises to behave. Out of the entire cast, the two I liked the best, was Miss Nelson (and her alter ego), and the child who was throwing the paper airplanes. Miss Nelson played both parts extremely well, the almost angelic of Miss Nelson contrasted sharply with Mrs. Swamp. The other favorite of mine was the child who was throwing the paper airplanes, he had on either a aqua or green shirt. He seemed an almost natural comic, and looked like he was
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2008 for the course THE 103 taught by Professor Steele during the Fall '06 term at Mt. Wachusett.

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