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The Pavilion Response On Wednesday, June 8, 2011, I attended The Pavilion at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Thompson Shelterhouse Theatre. The play was written by Craig Wright and directed by D. Lynn Meyers. With an overarching theme about time, it is captured by lost love at a twenty-year high school reunion. The play opened with a soliloquy by the narrator, Jeffery Kuhn. He speaks about how life begins and how time is an essential component. He spoke to the audience throughout the play and connected the opening soliloquy to the closing dialogue to come full circle. I enjoyed Kuhn’s portrayal of many different characters. He was able to switch back and forth appropriately and delve into different personalities. I liked how Kuhn gave nonverbals to demonstrate when he was playing a different role. For example, when he was the lady making announcements, he continuously swept hair behind his ear to indicate his new character. I was very impressed by actress Anney Giobbe (Kari). She was very convincing in her role as a distressed woman reconnecting with her high school sweetheart. Her
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