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Unformatted text preview: spotlight is on Jean, who is in the audience. The lighting I think was done like this so that the audience would focus on only the necessary parts of the play; not being distracted by surrounding scenery. Throughout the play we, as an audience, see the effects of the decisions Jean makes. The world of the play is that Jean is trying to improve Gordon's image as a person and lie to all of his closest relatives. Because of these decisions Jean has to keep up this charade and even integrate herself into his life; no pun intended. The repercussions of her actions gets her into a bit of trouble and even endangers her life. The play was very interesting and I noticed things that we learned in class develop over the course of the play such as the Mountain of Action and all of it's subsequent parts....
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- Fall '10
- Theatre, Pun, dimly lit theater, decisions Jean