When we get into the story firstly, it is the time also Bibi enters the hall to begin the play. Lasting about one hour, Bibi mesmerizes and leads his audience into the entire show. During the show, he shows his gift in playing piano, which he takes in stride. He seems to be bored by all his thought about the …show more content…
An old gentleman regret his own musical inability but view Bibi’s talent as a gift from God to which the average person could not aspire. There is no more shame in falling short of Bibi’s accomplishment than in bowing before the Christ Child.
A businessperson, believing art to be merely a pleasant diversion, calculates the profit from the concert. A piano teacher rehearses the critical comments that she would make after the concert concerning Bibi’s lack of originality and his hand position. A young girl responds to the passion of love Bibi was showing through his piece of music, thinking how nonsense it is for such a little boy to perform something he hadn't understood yet. An officer thinks that the prodigy and he, each in their own way, is something, so he claps his heel together and shows respect to the prodigy.
A critic sits in his free seat and watches the show carefully. He can see the good things in Bibi's performance as well as his special talent for the piano, but he think writing all of that is way too good. So he tries to find some drawbacks in order to make some criticism. The critic is very confident in his knowledge and how he could understand everything in life. But that is also the reason why he seems to see all the matters in such a complicated way, which caused him to have difficulties in deciding what should be