Unformatted text preview: The scene that I personally enjoyed the most was the scene with Andy and his imaginary company LJM. His rectors were symbolized as paper dinosaurs which made noises every time someone besides Andy entered his basement office. Andy was a person that was disorganized and he was not a people person. Andy was socially awkward with everyone he had contact with however, he was knowledgeable within the finance department. Andy’s rectors were hungry for money and consumed the debt of Enron. Overall I highly enjoyed this play and I am excited that I was able to witness a production as such. I have always heard of The Enron Scandal through various accounting textbooks but I did not know the depth and details of the events that took place. Attending this extra credit production by the Burning Coal Theatre Company at the Murphy School was an excellent opportunity. Thank you for providing an extra credit opportunity to your Acc 340 students, especially one that is interesting and exciting....
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course ACC 340 taught by Professor Pennington during the Fall '07 term at N.C. State.
- Fall '07