What is the play? Who wrote the play?
What group is producing the play?
Who directed the play?
What is the play about?
Briefly, what happens in the play? What is the playwright’s message?
Did the actors communicate well? (vocally and physically)
Did they make clear character choices? Were they easy to hear? What was the character’s voice like? How did they move?
Was it in the round? Was it on a proscenium stage? What was the audience space like?
Was the staging effective?
Did the characters move around the stage in a way that made sense to you? Did the staging help you to understand what was going on in the play?
What did it look like? Was it effective?
What did they look like? Were they effective?
What props were used? Were they used effectively?
Did the lights help to create the mood of the play? Was the lighting effective?
Were there sound cues? Did they aid the production? Were microphones used?
Was there music in the play? Was the music recorded? Was the play a musical or a straight play? Did the music help to create the mood of the play?
Did the play have a live orchestra? If so, what instruments?
Marketing – (programs, posters, etc.)
Did the posters make you want to see the play? Did the programs give you the information you needed? Did you see lots of advertisement for the play?
Was the playwright’s message clearly and effectively communicated?
Did the company tell the story well? Did you, as an audience member, understand the production, the play, and the choices the company made?
Did you like it? Why or why not?
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