Drama Journal 9

Drama Journal 9 - Chris Pasquariello Andrea Leslie Drama...

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Andrea Leslie Drama 1051-40; Journal 9 April 8, 2010 Paula Vogel reveals, in her interview with Kathy Sova, the process and experiences guiding the production of “The Mineola Twins.” Vogel explains her college relationship with director Molly Smith; stating they were both transplants to Alaska and found comfort in their common love for theater and inability to fit in with the locals. Her perception of Alaskans and Washington-to-Baltimore residents is contrasted. The playwright believes the bond people have in Alaska is “because the elements can turn in a second”. She attributes the disconnectedness of the Baltimore area to the encroaching “landscape of conformity.” I thought this statement was interesting considering the perspectives of Myra and Myrna; I don’t believe that one is necessarily good or bad, rather Myra reacts to the changing elements in the play, whereas Myrna tries desperately to fit in. Vogel goes on to discuss her fear of being alone and
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course LIT 1051 taught by Professor Leslie during the Winter '10 term at Cincinnati State.

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