popcorn - Theater 112G Popcorn April 4 2007 The play...

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Theater 112G/ Popcorn April 4, 2007 The play Popcorn was much different than any play that I had previously seen. The script was very entertaining and interesting. It seemed like the play went smoothly and the script was flawless. My favorite part of the script was the shocks and surprises. For example, when Brooke went back to Andrew’s mansion after the Oscars and seduced him, and then terrified him, she did it all to show her acting ability. This was not at all what I was expecting from Brooke. These kinds of surprises kept my attention throughout the play. Overall this play was very well written and thought provoking. The language of this play was vulgar, but necessary. Although the language was offensive too some people, I feel that it made the play more realistic. The violence and offensive language can drag some people into the play and shock them into staying attentive. The theme of the play was also very risqué and entertaining. A lot of the play consisted of drugs, sex, and violence.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course THEATRE 112 G taught by Professor Hagemeier during the Spring '07 term at UNL.

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