acting critique

acting critique - Rodion Lerman James McLures Laundry &...

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Rodion Lerman This past Thursday I had the great pleasure of attending two one-act plays performed at Baruch by Baruch students—needless to say they all exceeded my expectations. The character I chose to analyze was that of Hattie in “Laundry & Bourbon,” played by Lindsay Finnie. Even though I was sitting in the back row, this character had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions. From the opening scene of the play I noticed the eccentric and comedic nature of the character of Hattie. Lindsay was superb in her depiction of such characteristics; I immediately saw that she was headstrong, argumentative, and subsequently made us laugh. A particular scene that stands out in my mind is one in which she teases the fashion sense of another character Amy Lee. She joked that Amy’s fashion consultant was the blind musician Ray Charles and continued to act out what it would look like as Ray picked out clothes. I was already laughing, but the
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