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Richard III, by William Shakespeare
An inspiration to a highschool actress and script writer...
Friday, November 2, 2007
4.5
I adored this theatrical experience.Though I'll be the first one to admit that I have little experice in seeing live plays (at least from the vantage point of an audiance member) I thought this was one of the best I had seen. Though some of the bits were a little out of place(for example the children's toys as well as the flashing cameras), I thought it to have wonderful concepts. The make-up jobs of "Richard" and "Margaret" were grand and I was able to see it even better because of where I was sitting. Watching professional actors was a true treat for me and I was extreamly impressed by everyone. Those who had multiple parts especially captured my attentions. It definitly showed each actors flexibility well. I also enjoyed "The umbrellas" I think they did their job perfectly in reminding the viewers of the prescence of the dead. Needless to say, this performance has been ringing in my head. I would recommend it to anyone, even though there were a few distractions. To me, it was brilliant. It was, an inspiration.
(Of course, it helps even more when one's school gets a question and answer session with the actors :D )

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