Rent Play Summary

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Review for The play called Rent When approaching the stage I was honestly a bit nervous about what I was about to see, I almost didn't walk in, but I figured if it was as bad as 'Elliott loves" I would walk out. When the first scene started I thought to myself of course they would have yet another gay scene and I was shocked as to how far they took it. The interaction between the two of them was disturbing to say the least; there were two men, one of them was a prostitute and he was planning to steal from the other guy that looked wealthy in his eyes. The other man that looked wealthy turned out to be the pimp, and this new guy on the block didn't know the protocol and who was in charge. The pimp realized that he was inexperienced and planned…show more content…
Their interaction was a little funny, she was playing a younger girl and she seemed out of character, like a grown woman pretending to be a child, she was smart enough to hold conversations with prostitutes, but stupid enough to fall in love with one. Outside of the play I thought her accent was very strong and at times I couldn’t understand what she was saying, because of her thick Turkish accent. Her interaction in the play was very interesting to watch, she first spoke to the older black guy named Oruc and she was very childish in speech but still came off mature because of how she looked, and how she said certain things. Her speech matched her age, how she made her voice matched the character. It just made the play seem unrealistic, so that along with the gay scene and the gay prostitution made it the worst play I’ve ever seen. There was a lot of nonverbal communication also in this place, the fact that Simay never truly finds out that adnan truly loves her and the way he treats her when she is paying attention and when she isn’t you felt a connection with him. He seemed to care a lot for her but didn’t show it because of childhood issues he faced. He hardly said much when it came to her for his symbolism for buying her food showed the audience that he cared. There were scenes when she told him how she felt and how much she cared about him, he had to turn
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