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Cultural Response #3: Theatrical Experience Danger 321 Ronnie Scrimo 05 December 2010 Thurs 9:30-10:45 AM Word Count: 1288
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Scrimo | Cultural Musical 2
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Location: American Stage Theatre Title: Danger 321 Performed by: Ricky Wayne and Gavin Hawk Character: Santa Claus, a Rabi, and a Disney Princess By: Ricky Wayne Character: Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer, a priest, and an evil villain. By: Gavin Hawk Analysis The Discovery took placed in the very beginning. The audience was responsible for creating a P lot that the actors were responsible for acting out. I could sense the audience was feeling uncomfortable and tense. The audience gave three sets of characters: Santa Claus and Rudolf, a priest and a rabbi, and a Disney princess and a villain. The imaginary set was determined by an audience member to be the Tampa International Airport. The play was a Comedy of Manners within our so called modern world views. The play begins with Santa and Rudolf conversing at the airport. Santa is feeling the effects of the downward economy. He explains to Rudolf that he has to put Rudolf in a cage to fly because he didn’t have enough frequent flyer miles to fly in the cabin with Santa. Rudolf expressed concern that it is because of his nose. Santa Reassures him that it is not and he will get him a lay on their very first stop in Honolulu, Hawaii. Rudolf is overwhelmed with joy to have intercourse, but Santa explains that he was talking about a flower arrangement. Santa explains further that he had to make cuts because of the economy. He fired all the reindeers, the elves, and even Mrs. Clause. Santa was now dating Mrs. Smith. Rudolf had concern that Famous Amos might get angry at Santa for doing so. Santa further explained about the North Pole being about the bottom line. This year, he was delivering pet rocks to everyone and jars of snow, but the jars
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