Theater Performance Review

Theater Performance Review - n Theater 20 Performance...

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n Theater 20 Performance Review The play in which I chose to view for the course was one in which I felt really compelled to see as soon as I first heard it was being performed on campus. The Inspector General is the story of a "Revizór," which in Russian, means some important functionary who has been sent by the ministry to some provincial town to inquire into the conditions of the local administration by an Inspector-General. The comedy takes place in a small where we learn at the rising of the curtain .is going to be visited by an Inspector-General. One of the first things I noticed in walking into Macgowan was the efficient use of both blocking and spacing for the production. The crew/cast was able to create an environment that really made us feel like we were back in that old small eastern European town where the “inspector” was coming to expose and punish the town’s residents for pocketing tax money. The play for the most part was a musical but the character dynamics and interaction with one another on stage is what really set apart this
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2008 for the course THEATER 20 taught by Professor Shantz during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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