|the only cover I could find of the show
The play looked promising right there and then.
The first few minutes was audio overload because the music and the mic of the actors were tyring to upstage each other. Luckily, this only lasted for one scene. On the next one, the sound director must have figured out he did something wrong and fixed it. From that point on, it was smooth sailing.
The actors were in character most of the time; they easily caught themselves when they missed or fumbled a line, and the execution of their scenes were truly believable. As with any play, some characters stood out more than others but what truly stood out for me with this play was the costumes.
I love how detailed they were with the costumes they had. The headpieces, the hand and leg adornment, the shawls ... were all simply amazing. It complemented the movements, the choreography, even the background set. The "curtains" they had on set shimmered at the right time and the effect of the falling leaves during the parting scene of the lovers tugged at the heart.
They had a very small stage and yet, they managed to maximize it. They had college students for actors and yet they managed to make theater actors out of them. They didn't have a full house yet they way they performed was worthy of a standing ovation.
This is ART in its purest form; a bunch of people doing what they love and executing their craft simply because it is their passion. This is ART. This is ALAMAT.
|with fellow bloggers
H of http://www.everydaydoll.com/
John of http://kantolife.blogspot.com
|with my sister
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