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* 1. OVERALL QUALITY - How did you feel about THIS performance of the show overall in regards to flow, energy, and cohesiveness? If you were tasked with judging this production for competition, what would be your #1 criticism? What would be your #1 compliment?

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* 2. This version of the play is a 55-minute abridged version of a 90-minute full-length play.  Did you at any time feel like something major was missing, or did something seem like it was out of place or unexplained? If so, what was it?

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* 3. PERFORMANCES. The next few questions are about the actors. First, what was your overall reaction to the actors' PERFORMANCE of the play, i.e., did they seem natural and believable and evenly matched? Please be candid and specific.

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* 4. Were you able to hear and understand the actors at all times?

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* 5. PRODUCTION VALUES. The next several questions are regarding the PRODUCTION elements of the play.  First off, what was your reaction to the set itself? Did you think that it looked like a teenage girl's room? What would you have changed about it?

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* 6. What did you think about the music choices, both pre-show and post-show and during scene changes? Did they match the mood and tone of the story?

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* 7. What did you think about the video elements  of the show--were they  a well-integrated part of the storytelling, or did you find them distracting?

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* 8. What did you think about the final moments, i.e., when the set began to shake and break apart? Did you think it enhanced the drama of that moment, or was it too distracting?

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* 9. The playwright tries not to telegraph Anthony's fate and/or what's happening to Caroline until the very end.  At any point earlier in the play did you correctly guess what was happening? If so, when and why?  If you guessed something different, what was it?

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* 10. How did you hear about this production?

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