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Unformatted text preview: Reanna Echeverria 03/21/2011 Theater 101 Come and Go play Love, Compassion, and Valor In Samuel Beckett’s play, Come and Go, it illustrates three ladies, Flo representing love, Vi symbolizing compassion, and Rue embodying valor. The play has lighting that is focused on a bench, where three ladies sit. Nothing else it lit, all around the three ladies is dark. There is no music, and no sounds are made when actors exit. The first woman, Flo, is wearing a muted green overcoat with a hat that covers her face, and is aged. The second woman to her left is Vi, who is wearing an identical musty red colored overcoat with a similar hat that is covering her old face. To Vi’s left is Rue, who is wearing a plum colored overcoat with a similar hat covering her elderly face. When one woman speaks, the woman to her left utters a remark, which makes the woman that...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course THEATER 101 taught by Professor Gordonreinhart during the Spring '10 term at Boise State.
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