theater 2 essay one savage in limbo

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Gregory Sicard Professor Silsby Essay number one Savage in Limbo Overall the acting in Savage in Limbo was great, the characters were all transformed and in their own world completely oblivious to the audience. At times the audience laughed and it was great that the characters didn’t break out of their acting and start to laugh as well. I found their acting extremely difficult and they did a great job. From the bartender Murk to the identity crisis of Tony the actors were very skilled and their efforts were well known within the audience. April was a drunk who did not look sober at all during the play and Linda was the girl who was always getting abused and knocked up. Savage was the virgin who wanted to move out and explore the world. Through out the play I observed all of the characters. In the beginning it was just Murk and Linda in the bar. Linda was the drunken lady who looked very miserable and effortless about how she carried herself. Murk had a toothpick in his mouth and moved it from side to side with this attitude; you can notice that he was a New Yorker. Murk also read his newspaper and just stood with his arms glued to the bar. This character needed a lot of training because it took place in the 1980’s and Murk had this tough New York
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course THEATER 2 taught by Professor Silsby during the Fall '10 term at CUNY Brooklyn.

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