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BROWN AS WATERCLEAR AS CHOCOLATE BY CARLOS MANUEL The atmosphere of the Lewis Theater inside when I first walk in the music that they put was about the Latina life of his The stage set was interesting because Carlos in the first Act the stage had four box or cube set on each sideleft and right apart and the two middle box is close together and the curtain is not fully close The set in the first act takes place in Mexico Carlos and his family and his couple of friends are trying to cross the border Also Carlos talked about how his family and his couple of friend came to America and what his first sight of America He came to America on Independence Day in the 1980s In Act One basically it is about everything that Carlos needed to learn about himself and that he learned it through Mexican novelas Scene one he explains La Vida Loca to the audience and how it has a different meaning from the English language to the Mexican language When the scene changes Carlos would snap his fingers then the light would change and then taking us to high school in scene two and so on Also he would talk to the audience for example giving a definition to the Mexican language During the intermission they played all sorts of Latin Artists singing in English for example Ricky Martin Livin La Vida Loca and two of Mark Anthonys songs and many more The stage has change to a make-up room for a character Don La Pechugona on the right side and the left is a table where a character Don Beto sits and drinks tea In this play the lighting makes a big difference because when Carlos snaps his fingers the light changes the mood or going to another place In Act Two Scene three it was about a guy who is named Martin
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