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Unformatted text preview: 1. Describe what was effective or ineffective about a particular performer or performers. What were their best or worst moments? Explain why. Be specific. (5 points) The play consisted of five outstanding performers, and each matched their part perfectly. Matilde was my favorite character. Anne Brito was amazing! She definitely made the play! There were moments when I noticed that she was improvising. For example at one point, Brito was telling a joke in Portuguese, the audience laughed at her body gestures and she asked what we were laughing at. There were also a few other scenes in the play where she talked directly to the audience, which made the play more enjoyable for me and realistic. 2. Critique the work of the director. How was the casting? Director’s concept? Blocking? Stage pictures (arrangement of actors that shows something about their relationship[s])? His/her work with the actors? (5 points) The director of...
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- Spring '09
- stage pictures, character. Anne Brito, nontraditional casting. Lane, Dr. David Young., Anne Brito, set lights