‘Tis Your Brother

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  1. The physical chemistry between the two lovers were good, but whenever Annabella spoke, the lines felt deliberate, not organic. Maybe that was the intent. I didn’t realize the play was an abridged version—-perhaps the omitted portions might explain why Soranzo seems genuinely head-over-heels in love with a girl that he barely have any real interactions with. Having characters who weren’t written into the scene be present does offer a whole additional dimension to the story, but I felt like a lot of the choreographed dance moments were a bit of a distraction from what was being exchanged between the characters. I also sat in the gallery, so maybe the play looks more intense experience from the pit.

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