theater 5 one acts paper

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Seth Klebe Theater 5 5/2/11 Oh the One Acts I could truly say a lot on each of the four separate acts, but instead I am going to just go through them one by one and discuss what I felt were the highlights. I really liked The Man In a Case for the way that the soon to be married couple seemed to almost be forcing the concept of “love” when in reality, they were not a match for each other at all. The scene progressed in a constant climax and recession of fighting and drama, which makes sense considering it is just an act but it was still too fast. Overall, the actors were really terrific and you could feel when they had to purposely force an action or when they had that natural fluidity that goes with life. In Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat , I was immediately drawn to how well the male actor displayed his fear of the World, his disregard for his wife, and his extreme protection of his son. His use of swearing language also really produced a raw and real effect of just how serious his fear and projections of the World are. His wife definitely
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course THEATRE 5 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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