HW # 17
Use the same format as the book review, making the obvious substitutions.
The following outline offers the basic elements that should be found in any good play review and will help you as you as you look for things to note during the play. HOLD ON TO THE PLAYBILL! It has lots of info! Not all of the elements listed below may be applicable to all plays, however, these criteria provide a general overview for all components that should be included in a basic play review.
___Name of play being reviewed
___Location of theater where play was seen
___Date of when play was reviewed
___Intended Audience (Children, Teenagers, Young Adults, Adults)
___Type of Play
___Name of producer
___Length of Play
___Actors/Actresses in Play
___Are the characters in the play easy to understand?
___Admission charge into play
___Crowded? (Do you need to buy your tickets early?)
___Write a brief summary of the plot...but do not spoil the ending!
___Is the play easy to follow?
___Compare to other plays
___Director (What other plays has this director done?)