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Evaluation on "An Inspector Calls".

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Evaluation on "An Inspector Calls" Doing An Inspector calls was a great experience from which I learned a lot from. From the beginning of the rehearsals we knew that we would have to give up a lot of our time and effort and give out the best of ourselves. There was a lot of line learning as the play itself consisted of a family celebrating the engagement of their daughter when an inspector comes to ask some questions. The whole play is based in one room and so many of us had to stay in the room a lot of the time. It was hard for us to keep our concentration and to stay in character as there were times where we did not have to say ...read more.


But we all stayed together and helped each other with line learning and stage directions. As the dates of the play were getting closer and our time to rehears shorter we got all the props and staging ready, we all brought in parts of the props like table cloths and candles and port glasses etc. By the first performance we got everything ready and we were all very nervous, now it was just a matter of doing it. But as we were all very nervous the performance did not turn out the way we thought it would be, and we needed some prompting as we forgot our lines. ...read more.


We all felt proud of ourselves as we not only showed everyone what we were capable of but we also showed it to ourselves, which I personally think is something very important to an actor. In conclusion I think that doing this play was a great experience which I did not only learn a lot from but I also got to find out how it is not only hard for the cast but also for the director as he/she puts the same amount of effort and time, if not more than the actors themselves. I enjoyed working with the other actors and learned that it is very important that as a small group we need to stay together and work as a team. And I personally would repeat such an experience. ...read more.

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