I loved the guy who played King Charles because his character was rarely serious, and he was a really funny guy to watch act. Overall I thought all the performers did wonderful.
The lighting was kept really dim throughout most of the play, except when it highlighted on one actor/actress. Other than that, it was hardly much brighter then a normal bedroom... displayed 300 characters
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Other than that, it was hardly much brighter then a normal bedroom. When the lighting would focus in on one or just a group of people that was when they moved around the furniture on the stage. I think that they did this so that they wouldn’t emphasize the moving around of furniture.
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