Glass Menagerie Response

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Littman 1 Joe Littman Professor Ashley Goos THE 191 13 October 2011 Glass Menagerie Written Response Throughout The Glass Menagerie I was often confused, but the overall message I was able to glean from the performance was that we as a society shouldn’t spend so much time in imaginary worlds, and that we need to have a firm grasp on reality or our lives could end up passing us by. This was demonstrated constantly throughout the play as I could tell that Amanda, Laura and Tom all had disrupted grasps of reality, and I it seemed like Tennessee Williams was trying to show us that this was the major cause for their problems. I believe this message was relevant to the audience because it encourages them to put more stock in reality and spend less time in our own dream worlds, which only distract us from what we should be concentrating on. Props are anything that the actors interact with, that ranges from everything to weapons to furniture (Delgado). If I were to describe this definition in my own words I would say any inanimate object that is moveable, that changes the way we see the play, and is not part of the scenery is a prop. This includes objects that change the way the set
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