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Unformatted text preview: awareness of the other audience members in attendance. In the last paragraph Oullette says that theatre is a means of fighting what dehumanizes us, mechanizes us, digitalize us. I agree with him. Theatre definitely helps people to get in touch with our human emotions that are desensitized by distractions. However he finishes his article by saying, Perhaps, when all is said and done, our humanity is forged in the theatre. In this closing I would like to argue that there are other outlets that our humanity is forged. I know many people escape through prayer and religious services. As for my self, spending time on a lake or in nature is where I have my deepest thoughts to get in touch with my inner self. To conclude I would like to say that Oullette illustrates the effect and human relationship with theatre very nicely and that I could relate to his article from my theatre experiences....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course THEATER 150 taught by Professor Markwilson during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.
- Spring '11