The story of Sasquatched was beautifully written. I thought that it was easy to follow along, there wasn’t a time during the musical that I was confused, as I was expecting to be, but proven wrong. Which says a lot about how well written the musical is, and the time that went into creating the story. The characters also followed a journey throughout the story that allowed me and other audience members to see their lives and to also become sympathetic with them. An example is with the character Arthur, which is played by John Naumann. At first, the musical shows Arthur being mistreated by other cast members, then later he is loved and respected by other members who wouldn’t have respected him previously. What I think the story, or the moral of the musical is, it shows the life of a misunderstood Sasquatch at first, becoming friends with a boy and then they both help make each others lives better. Arthur is misunderstood by the character Bert, which is played by Taylor Loeks. When Bert is at a campground, he spots Arth...
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...l the story, when a sad scene was coming in the play, the music got darker.
The direction of the play helped illuminate the story the for me. The acting in the musical was able to persuade me to understand the themes and issues running underneath the dialogue. For an example, when an actor wanted me to understand a point, he or she made that point very clear. The movement of actors also seemed realistic and motivated and made sense. The one stage picture that is on my mind for being moving is, when Arthur and Sam meet and they both have stereotypes for each other.
My overall impression of the musical Sasquatched was even though the musical was intended for little kids, no matter what age you were you were still able to learn a lesson. I also liked how well the play was written, I noticed that each scene was only about five minutes, which worked out very nicely.
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