The Monster Who Ate My Peas

905 WordsFeb 23, 20164 Pages
The Monster Who Ate My Peas Critique "The stage is a magic circle where only the most real things happen, a neutral territory outside the jurisdiction of Fate where stars may be crossed with impunity. A truer and more real place does not exist in all the universe." (P.S. Baber (Cassie Draws the Universe) This quote hits it on the spot for me what theater is, hence with how the play The Monster Who Ate my Peas played out to be brilliant acted and well done play. The things that did well, I thought was the business, the way the actor’s movement just flowed and was not awkward, and the way they interacted with the audience. Yeah, it was a children’s play, but it was very well done. Now, as we proceed I will hit on how the actors performed, the good and bad and the challenges that they had to face. Let’s get right into it with how believable were the actors? Well for me, I thought that all the characters got into it and performed surprisingly very wonderfully. One of the scenes that showed that was how the 4 actors performed a musical part with dance steps as well like movements in a parade. I believe in this play they had to be somewhat believable and keep the attention of the kids because it was only a children’s play. If it was a play for adults it would have to be way more pervasive interesting to keep me watching. Another grand scene was when the monster was dancing around with the other 3 actors dressed up in costumes, with fluent movement, business and singing. To
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