A critique is a detailed analysis or assessment of a piece of literature. It’s not meant to be a synopsis or summary of the plot. In this critique, some of the questions you may choose to answer include: What were significant choices made by the actors, director, or designers? Which choices worked well for the production and which did you find unnecessary or ill-conceived? How did the music, spectacle, and dance help tell the story? How were they intertwined with the dialogue? What were your intellectual, emotional, or visceral responses to the production? Can the performance be related to current events in our society? While whether or not you “liked” the production is important, do not spend more than a sentence or two on this topic. I’m far more interested in why you respond as you do. Really think about your answers and expand on them as much as you can. I will evaluate the papers based on your thoughts, ideas, conclusions, and how well you communicate them as well as your grammar. Always proofread and have a friend or relative read it as well if you can. You can also ask for help from our Learning Center. I highly recommend our writing tutors.
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