Polish Classmates Torn Apart During WWII in Our Class
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The last date listed for Our Class was Sunday May 11, 2014 / 2:30pm.
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It was disturbing, yet intriguing. The actors were excellent, and the story was gripping. The violence was tough to endure, even with the theatrical elements which moved it away from being a graphic depiction. The first act was tough to get through due to the heavy and true subject matter, the second act was worth the wait. I like that this play did not glorify anything it just offered human experience and left it to the audience to privately decide who or what would be glorified or villainized. There wasn't a big finish, tie it up with a neat little bow scene at the end, this is what makes the play so true to life, the ending we want isn't usually the ending we get. The play led to hours of conversation afterwards which is a sign of how powerful this play is. It made me question what truth means, the difference between blame and justice, who's history we learn, and what's it all for anyhow? It made me look at how life is and how ordinary the extraordinary is and vice versa. Each character was terribly flawed yet undeniably righteous, in other words...human.
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The only thing worse than being seated beside a theater-goer who spent most of of her time talking to the person beside her and then talking on her cell phone during the performance was sitting through the script of this too-long play that failed...continued