Reflection On The Play Peter And The Startcatcher

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First, I would like to start off by saying I enjoyed the play, Peter and The Startcatcher. My boyfriend and I enjoyed the show from beginning to the ends. We went this past Saturday, March 26, which I had the time of my life. I have never been to a play at Trustus Theatre and I already want to go back again. The theatre was small but it was a pack night every seat was filled. The people at the theatre greeted us and were so honored to have me there. There was a wide variety of people in the audience, there were adults, older people and children. They all seem to be dress very casual. Everybody seem to look comfortable and some people even looked like they were on the dates. I think everyone came in with an open-mind and ready to see the play. …show more content…
I think they were successful because they added comedy, which made it fun to watch and easier to understand. The play was so well written that everything just came together. Also, I believe the goal was to keep the audience on their ties to include them into the play so it could seem like we were n a journey with them. In this way the author makes sure he engages the audience so they wouldn’t be left behind. Yes, overall I do think the artist achieved their goal. The attempt was worth while because this play ended up being amazing everything was perfect I honestly have nothing bad to say. In addition, all the character were believable it was like all of them were real. It was amazing how they stayed in character and not once get out. Especially when it came down to maintain the British accent, everybody stayed in character. The pirates were believable because of the rough accents and tongue rolls,. The three pigs were so funny, especial the one who kept talking about food. I felt for the pig who was an orphan he made his part so believable too. The teacher role tat you played was so believable because you nailed every single thing about your character. I could tell you really studied your part over and over, even though you’re a man you played that part so well. Also, Molly really stayed in character while playing a 13 year-old girl, she was so expressive and could tell she was enjoying her part in …show more content…
Actually I don’t know what to expect but I did come in with an open-minded But now I width I never how doubts because I left the play with high expectations. I think the audience was amazed at how funny and good the play was. Everybody was talking about ow good it was when leaving the theatre. The whole entire time people stayed laughing, so overall I think it was a successful play, which the audience enjoyed. Yes, my experience led and long lasting impression. I am so stunned at how amazing the performance was. I am so amazed on how well you did playing your role as the teacher. I even noticed the music in the play, For example there were a few times when I heard songs being sung. I think the musical element adds crowd participation. Music is another form of entrainment that 's gets people going. Yes, I would totally go to the theatre again because I love this show and the comedy throughout the play. I would defiant go back to theatre as soon as possible. I am so glad I got to experience and go to my first actual play. This experience has opened me up to get even more interested into

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