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Unformatted text preview: Frank Garcia December 13, 2010 Word Count: 703 As always, the play or movie is never exactly what you had imagined and produced in your head when reading. Nonetheless, in this production of the Medea, there were many interesting twists by the director which made the viewer experience very enjoyable. One of the things that made this production very enjoyable and interesting, while slightly surprising was the props, or rather, the lack of props. I was very surprised to see that there were not many props utilized throughout the play. However, as the play progressed I started to notice a nice effect that was produced by the lack of props in the play. By removing what might have been unnecessary props from the play, the viewer then focuses on the actual characters and more importantly on how passionate the characters voices were. A lack of props in the production might have been done in order to remove the possibility of visual distractions for the audience to produce a better viewer experience. I think it worked especially visual distractions for the audience to produce a better viewer experience....
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