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November 19, 2005

Kindertransport (SHU Production)

Watching the SHU production of Kindertransport was much better than just reading the script. Katie Lambert brought up the point in class that some plays are more easily understood when watched. The scenes where Lil transitioned between time periods and conversations perfectly illustrated this point.

I can imagine the first time the producer director read through the script. I didn't mind letting them piece together the stage directions for me.

I thought that the actors all did a good job of portraying their respective characters, though the accents were sometimes questionable.

Posted by DavidDenninger at November 19, 2005 03:00 PM

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Reading a play allows me an insight that I might otherwise miss. However, it is sometimes nice to simply watch a play simply for entertainment's sake. The same goes for movies based on books. It's fascinating to see several movies' interpretations of the same text.

Posted by: Katie Lambert at November 27, 2005 06:43 PM

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