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Unformatted text preview: Eric Russo 11/23/09 Intro to Theater Sarah Brew: 12:20 Marta the Divine What could possibly catch ones attention better then bright eccentric costumes and overwhelmingly crazy acting. Marta the Divine was filled with fun and excitement, and at parts it was hard to tell if the audience should be laughing or in awe of what just happened. If laughing wasnt the main sound coming from the audience it was common to hear ewww, and a loudly yelled OHHH. I caught myself even covering my eyes in a few scenes. It was interesting to see a play that had been translated into English and that came from Spanish origin. It would be very uncommon to see Americans walking around wearing clothes as bright as those which were worn in Marta the Devine , now and in our past. The play at first was a little different and something I didnt see myself liking very much, but it grew on me. The acting was awesome, the costumes were eye opening, the set was simple, and the Spanish music was smooth...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course THEATER 100 taught by Professor Lombardi during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).
- Fall '08