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What is the difference between reading a play and watching a play?

Nicholas Rivera

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Kyle Mckinney on September 11, 2019

In a book reading a play would have your imagination doing it. In real life you can see it. The important thing to remember is that the games are meant to be seen and heard. That is the best experience of the game, when you have it live right in front of you with the sound of the dialogues, to the view of the action, the use of the music and the lights, and the energy of the audience. There is No other experience like it, so that the theatre can be so exciting at times. It is not the same when it is just you and the page.

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