theater essay three

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Gregory Sicard Theater 2 Professor Silsby Top Girls This play was the last play that I watched and it was not the best of the three plays. I felt that the beginning of the play was confusing because there were a lot of women from different eras. It was as if there was a time machine but it did not make sense to me once the rest of the play proceeded. I guess that one reason why I did not enjoy the play was the fact that it started off poorly and confusing. Once the first scene was over it was less confusing and I began to enjoy the play. One reason why I did not like the play was because it was over two hours long and I didn’t think it would be so long. In the first scene there was a heavy set woman who looked like a poor lady from the Vikings era, she just looked uneducated and angry, she demonstrated this by grunting and banging the table. It was funny that she drank a lot of wine and would take the bread rolls and stuff it in her basket. She actually took all of the bread rolls and even asked for more, this woman even had her own drinking cup. There was also Pope Joan who had a very annoying voice and everyone talked over each other at one point. After watching the whole play everything fell in place except the first scene because it did not make sense to me. The following scene after that
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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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