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First-time writer DeObia Oparei has heart and good intentions to spare, not to mention a gift for highly actable parts, starting with the lead role that Oparei quite rightly takes himself.
What this production does is to set out before us R C Sherriff's A Shred of Evidence as a play that is not particularly original but extremely actable where everyone on stage gets an opportunity in scenes notable for their excellent writing while at the same time providing very good solos for the leads.
The story is thin, but the characters are actable and credible.
A drama is the largest unit of dramaturgiacal analysis that includes the "five phases of (a) developing an actable idea, (b) providing a stage, (c) selecting the actors and training them in their roles, and (d) enacting the idea, with the result of (e) new meanings for actors and audience" (Hare & Blumberg, 1988, p.
Despite scholarly objections that the Latin version of the speech would be dramatically unnecessary, redundant, and unsatisfactory after the Punic, (22) I believe a Latin translation for the local audience and gods is not only perfectly actable but, in fact, preferable to a purely Punic introduction.
The little three-act comedy could bear some cutting, but proves engaging and actable.
CZ: In terms of Ruth's character, how did you find the actable emotions for her?