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Unformatted text preview: She went in depth about the child's disabilities and how the child couldn't jump up and down and how her child became blind in one eye. When describing the scene where the child notices he is blind in one eye she started to shout as if she was the child by yelling "I can't see when you cover my right eye! What's going on!" the audience was silent; I felt a lot of emotion in the way she read that part. The other character she did was a woman who had a son who had a tumor in their head and that was even more emotional, they she worded everything was like you can make a movie out of it. I really enjoyed going to this performance hour to hear her speak. ...
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- Spring '08