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Holzinger 1 Professor Guichard Theatre 110 16 May 2016 Critique of Don’t Dress for Dinner Going to see Don’t Dress for Dinner was a fun and enjoyable experience. I wasn’t sure about what to expect but got a seat with a good view of the stage. At first sight, the setting of a living room was center stage, and it appeared in a country theme. The backdrop of cow, a barn, and the living room with the bar cart made me wonder. I figured at first it would have been more of a dinner table scene, but it wasn’t. I didn’t expect that it would be about a cheating couple, but it was the funniest play that I have ever seen. All of the actors and actresses were believable during the play. They all did a great job, and I did not feel at any time that they were not on point. Every single one of them Bernard (Dylan David Farris), Jacqueline (Chelsea Harvey), Robert (Miguel Castellano), Suzette (Autumn Rose Paramore), Suzanne (Shellie Sterling), and George (George Del Junco) all articulated with their hands and used facial expressions well. Every actor and actress used necessary vocal tones. The Suzette (Autumn), Robert (Miguel), and Bernard (Dylan), all used breathy tones when they came running out after fixing the cooks (Autumn) dress. I laughed so hard She came out and showed them what she had as an outfit for dinner. Then they all go running back to the pig shed room, you hear this ripping, and then she is in this black dress. It is
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  • Fall '14
  • Aimee Guichard
  • Dress, great job, Bernard, dinner table scene

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