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Summer Brave This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Inge s pet project, he rewrote Picnic to his own satisfaction It s a good play, and some things I liked better than in the original for example, Howard s muzzling of Rosemary by the time Flo came out That made itbelievable that Flo would allow Madge to remain behind with Hal I liked how Alan was muchsympathetic and less of a rich boy brat And I also liked the mother daughter confrontation better in this version All in all, intense, realistic, and intricate emotional levels Inge s pet project, he rewrote Picnic to his own satisfaction It s a good play, and some things I liked better than in the original for example, Howard s muzzling of Rosemary by the time Flo came out That made itbelievable that Flo would allow Madge to remain behind with Hal I liked how Alan was muchsympathetic and less of a rich boy brat And I also liked the mother daughter confrontation better in this version All in all, intense, realistic, and intricate emotional levels But I needed the happy ending from Picnic and I didn t get that here So the original wins for me But daaaang, this Picnic Summer Brave is one sexy play Blush Again, as in , the setting is a small town in Kansas, and while the characters are essentially the same as in the earlier play, there are subtleties and differences which give SUMMER BRAVE a distinctive and unique quality of its own Providing acting roles and background color, and approaching its theme with humor and verisimilitude, the play reaches similar conclusions about the impetuosity of youth the animal attractiveness of the unpolished young stranger who sets small town tongues wagging and the sudden realization by the older characters that life is about to pass them by In the end the play is a masterful blend of touching and humorous elements in which lessons are learned about growing up, going on, and accepting what a sometimes perverse fate imposes


About the Author: William Inge

William Motter Inge was an American playwright and novelist, whose works typically feature solitary protagonists encumbered with strained sexual relations In the early 1950s, he had a string of memorable Broadway productions, and one of these, Picnic, earned him a Pulitzer Prize With his portraits of small town life and settings rooted in the American heartland, Inge became known as the Playwright of the Midwest.


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