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West Side Story During my vacation in North Woodstock New Hampshire my two friends and I came across The Papermill Theater An old run down mill turned into a theater with lots of history We all decided to attend the play West Side Story hoping it would be a good experience As we entered the theater my eyes swayed from left to right taking in all the history of the building I saw old ceilings and walls with different mill machines with in them I came across the old set up of the building consisting of a rundown stage with many scene props and dusty old chairs These chairs really stood out they were all differently designed and all different types Some were folding chairs while others were cushion movie like chairs As the three of us discovered our seats we noticed how popular the show really is as a matter of fact all 100 seats ended up being filled After everyone was seated I took out my program booklets and began to read about the backgrounds of the actors and actresses I discovered that they were all professional actors and actresses and had produced three well-liked plays already this summer These plays were Anything Goes She Loves Me and of course West Side Story As I continued to read I also cited the pictures and the descriptions of every actor I became very anxious to see what was to come of this production The lights finally went out and I was instantly enthralled with the cast and plot The play focused around the two gangs the Jets and the Sharksthe Puerto Ricans They continued on to identify the hostility of these two gangs through song dance and of course acting Every scene change was not a done with a curtain but rather a spotlight This technique I enjoyed and found very intriguing to watch As the actors
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