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Unformatted text preview: Later in the play after Algernon and Jack have been caught, Cecily’s governess, Ms. Prism, tells how she was put in charge of taking care of this baby and she accidently left it in the train station inside of a duffle bag. Jack finds out that he was the baby that Ms. Prism left in the train station. He also finds out that his mother is Lady Braknell’s sister, who is also Algernon’s mother. He finds out that Jack was not his real name and he had been christened after his father, who’s name was truly Ernest. So in the end he becomes aware that Algernon is his brother and Lady Bracknell is his aunt. What I enjoyed the most about the play was that they characters used a seemingly small amount of props. They had one background change during the entire play, but the actors made me feel like I was actually in the building that they were in. The stage was well lit so I could see everything that was going on. The overall plot of the play was good but the acting was excellent. Overall the story was confusing, but the actors did a nice job of articulating acting was excellent....
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- Spring '11