The playwrighter, William Shakespeare, born in 1564, had 15 out of the 37 plays he wrote published by 1597, many of which were comedies and had witty romances. It wasnt until after 1600, when he started writing tragedies, includin...
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...ep his character involved and suspicious of Macbeth. These few underdogs of characters stood out to me as a few of the stronger ones, the way they moved on stage and how they were able to stay determined to fallow Macbeth and unwind his ambitions. Overall i feel that the Gamm Theatre did an excelent job putting shakespears words into action.
I think the attempt of going to see this play was worth while. I have seen a few plays before, but none have reached the intensity level or skill level that the Gamm has put on this year. Each article that i have read about this play has fallen short of the actual performance that ive seen. Not even the best writer, in my opinion, can elaborate enough on the talent that is located in Rhode Island. This production was not only on point with their roles and how they should portrey each character, but they acted them out flawlessly.
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