Blue Door

Blue Door - The story depicted in the play Blue Door is a...

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The story depicted in the play Blue Door is a story of a man who is struggling with his heritage and identity as an African American man who is living in the white world. The college professor Lewis, who was played by the actor Sam Wellington in Playmaker’s Repertory Company’s production of Blue Door , is a role that was played with much emotion and hard work; his performance was very talented and very deserving of the role. The story could not have been complete without the help of the supporting roles played by actor Lelund Durond Thompson; his various characters in the play where all powerful influences in Lewis’ life and Thompson made a breathtaking performance with these roles. Although the splendid acting done by the performers in this play really made the spectacle great, the abstract elements in this play were the key features that helped with the imagery and the scene transition in Blue Door . For example, the use of the large white sheet was a very clever innovation and a wonderful display of suspending
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2009 for the course DRAMA 120 taught by Professor Kable during the Spring '09 term at UNC.

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