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Directors Concept Into The WoodsFor most people family is one of the most important parts of life For they are the people who raised you and taught you things needed in life For most of us we have a connection with are family that is unparallel in life which is the reason for are undying love At times though there is a point at which we take are family for granted like they will always be around Parents might do things that are not agreed upon by the children yet the parent thinks it is in the childs best interest Sometimes it might not even be the best thing to do in that situation yet parents have a true desire to protect their children from the dangers of the world On the other hand children do not always listen to the advice their parents give them and can get themselves into a lot of trouble Anyway you look at it most of the time we do not realize what we have until it is no longer with us Many times we take our family for granted and when one passes away there are many things we wish we could have said or done to show them are love The play Into The Woods by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is a direct example of how families treat each other There is conflict ranging from hating sisters to protective mothers and a disagreeing husband and wife In the end lives are lost family are in pain and those left realize that they need to treat their family better and hold on to the loved ones that they have Families do encounter many difficult choices together but they also must solve the problems together and keep peace within the family because bad choice will be regretted when those loved ones are not around longer From my interpretation of the plays theme I have decided to set my
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