Review of the Play Marisol
Since this is a review and its based on my opinion, I would have to say this was one of the worst plays I've ever seen in my life. I wasn't entertained by the play at all. The only good parts were the good-looking girls in the play. I like the main character Marisol based only on her looks. She played on ok job of acting. I realize she had a lot of lines to memorize which she had down, but she just didn't get to me. I think the costumes were ok. They had nothing special, or out of the ordinary except for the angel's wings, which were pretty nice. I didn't like the lighting or the scenery. I didn't know where the scene was supposed to be at some points.
I didn't understand the story at all. I mean the angels were trying to rebel against god and that's basically all I know. I didn't understand what the play was about. I think the play wasn't to clear on what they were trying to get to the audience. All they did was talk. I didn't get involved into the play. It didn't get my attention. The relationships between the characters were pretty clear because there weren't to many actors in this play. I really didn't like this play. If I knew that this wasn't a mandatory assignment for my theatre class, and I went to view it because someone said it was a good play, I would've killed him. I have some kind of hate and vengeance towards this play. I just really hated it. I hated everything about it.
Besides the fact that I didn't like this play, the actors did do a pretty good job with their acting and memorization of their lines. Couple times Marisol hesitated with her lines but it wasn't too bad. I like the accents they were using. It wasn't to hard to understand what they were saying, but once again there were those times when their accents did effect a little on their pronunciations and my understanding on what they were saying. Overall, I don't think they were too believable with their characters. They didn't reach me.
The best improvement they could've made to this play would've been canceling it. I guess if I were the director, I would've tried to make it more entertaining, because it was really boring.