Glass Menagerie Response

Glass Menagerie Response - 1 Farley Conor Farley Professor...

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1 Farley Conor Farley Professor Goos Theater 191 13 October 2011 The Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie was both a thought provoking and emotionally turning play in a variety of ways. The intended message for the audience that I took away from this production was that making the most of life is all about living in the reality of it, and not getting stuck in your own illusions about what happiness should be. I think the audience could definitely relate to this kind of message because most people tend to dream big, to think that one day they’ll rule the world, and they have this set checklist in their minds regarding the future. Scenic design is defined as, “ A visual accommodation and reinforcement of the actions and moods of a performance work, which enhances the concept of the director, and harmonizes with the collaborative works of other members of the design team” (Griffith, pg. 3). Basically, scenic design is the design of the scenery and scenic elements of the play. An example of scenic design would be the set of a space ship in a Star Wars movie, and the detailed interior that makes the audience feel like the characters are actually in space. For the production of
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course THE 119 taught by Professor Delgado during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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