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Re: “Notes, Not Chords

I don't agree with Sherilyn Forrester's review of the play, "She Was My Brother."
I attended the play, and found that it allowed for one's imagination to fill in story gaps in a creative way. Studying a Picasso painting or a Louise Nevelson sculpture does not exactly tell us what happens in the artists' minds. Rather these artists show us works of art that allow our imaginations to take us into unknown paths. That's what is special about this play. Because of the delicacy of the subject matter the playwrite points to the void and dares us to jump in to gain a deeper understanding and respect for the characters. It took courage to write the play. It took courage to produce it. I learned a lot by attending the play. The actors drew me into a new and different world, and for a couple of hours, I forgot that wars are still raging in the world, and that the country is in the midst of an economic crisis.

Posted by AHughes on 10/11/2009 at 6:46 PM

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