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A critique on Thirty Three Swoons In the play Thirty Three Swoons which is a collection of four farces written by Anton Palovish Chekhov The play consists of these short productions in order Swan Song The Bear The Proposal and The Wedding Each of them their own unique plays that pokes fun on the Russian middle class The whole production I believed played on and made fun of a society that is not always familiar with society today I have no knowledge of Russian society in the late 1800s I dont believe most do I believe the production as a whole was a failure because while watching the play most of those in the audience did not laugh at the puns and one liners that focused on Russian society In my opinion the production itself was a failure for this time period yet the acting was splendid In the first short act Swan Song an actor played an theatre actor the costumes were well set in the time period in which the play was written The stage itself did not have much scenery or set design The main focus was on the actor whom was drunk The script was written about how an actors life was the theatre and he was trying to figure out if he wasted his life or did what he loved to do Watching the play was easy the actors were energetic and their stage business kept the focus The acting was very dramatic showing the inner struggle of the actor yet the script was hard to follow At times some were laughing at a pun or comment others were not yet for someone with my knowledge of Russian society I thought it was not funny at all I also did not understand the title The second farce on society was The Bear Out of the four I comprehended this one the best It was easier to follow the
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