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The Last Night of Ballyhoo On November 29th in Karl C Bruder Theater I watched The Last Night of Ballyhoo I thought that it was an overall pretty good play although there were parts that kind of dragged on I liked the effect that was presented by the cast even though there was only seven of them The play started off really slowly before growing into something that was able to keep my attention Since there was only seven participating cast members the way the acting scenery and the directing came together to make a solid play was amazing Each of these elements played a major role in the final out come of the play The plot of the play wasnt to dramatic It was just two simple problems Who is Joe going to ask to Ballyhoo and Is Lala going to get a date Other than that I really didnt get anything else out of it I know they kept mentioning something about being Jewish but I didnt think that played that big of a role in this play Yes they did get into a fight or two about it but I think that was half of the problems in the play I think that was there to cover up how they each really felt about each other It seemed like to me that if something went wrong then everybody in the play blamed it on the fact that they were Jewish The plot was more individual from person to person than against each other Joe and Sunny are two good examples of characters that create good illusions The way these two acted together to form the perspectives of two people falling in love and working through their problems was excellent They presented a couple of very believable scenes like when they were on the trains They used the stage very well and the use of body to help present an effect of
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