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Monday March 10 2003 I went to Richmond Canada to watch a play at Gateway Theatre Its at 500 North 5811 Cooney Rd Richmond BC Where the main stage plays are diverse in their subject matter Midlife by Eugene Stickland is a humorous look at the trials of Jack a middle-aged executive struggling to fit into a rapidly changing world As for the director John Cooper he did a great job choosing themes to telling us in Jacks Midlife The play is based three people acted play Jack Amber and Delvechio Jack are somewhere between 35 and 50 an event happens that makes him realize that time is limited This event is when he met Amber the young and sexy new gal Suddenly his perspective on his own lives shifts His careers relationships finances bodies or spirituality dont feel like what he just a few shorted months ago The themes that Cooper is trying to communicate with us are about waking up and losses in Jacks life Sometime around age of 40 Jack wake up in a way and at a deeper level to the realization that time is limited He wonders is this is The director proved this scene is when Jack is sitting in the bench in the park saying to him I am glad to be with her This show the emotion chances about the end of a relationship with his wife He needed to wake up live for himself be with the one that he love and not just going with the flow of life The director choice to choose these themes and attempt to makes us understand the midlife changes of human nature according to Jacks life After wake up then Jack just walks into the Gateway of loss He had a loss or anything else thats given him a jolt about his age and time passing For example when he loss his job after Delvechio telling the truth to
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