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ALMOST,MAINE_Revised[1] - Nancy Crawley ALMOST, MAINE was...

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Nancy Crawley ALMOST, MAINE was set in Township 13, Range 7 in a small mythical area of Maine. This imaginary location was called Almost, Maine because it had never been officially organized as a town, but everyone living there saw it as a small community. There was not really a story line in the play, which was composed of multiple short vignettes, but there was a great message and theme. The main message/theme was about love, meaning, and direction. It revealed the hazards encountered in the pursuit of love while showing how love conquers all and how everyone wants and needs to be found and loved. Since I have never been one to attend plays, I really had to focus in order to get the message and understand what was going on. The point that stood out most in my mind was how powerful love truly is and how it can affect our lives and those around us. The play, ALMOST, MAINE , was about the pains of people who were looking for their importance in life and where they belonged. Each scene happened at nine o’clock each night during the winter.
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course THTR 176 taught by Professor Mims during the Fall '07 term at CofC.

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ALMOST,MAINE_Revised[1] - Nancy Crawley ALMOST, MAINE was...

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