Read the play adaption for Costume course, we are designing costumes for this play. Very nice. Filled with imagery: Bird, animal, fire, and religious. As well as a strong focus on contrasts, between gender, between sisterhood and brotherhood, and between hopes and reality. There was also this great contrast between the pre-conceived (idea of the) role of the clown which made Buffo's role intriguing, as he believes being a clown is central to life; thus clowns have a high purpose or function, whereas Fevver's (our main character) looks down upon clowns. As it is so centred around female freedom, attitude to women, and such, I obviously found it greatly to my liking, I would definitely want to watch it if I had the chance; however this would not be my favourite of all plays. It is a terribly exciting project as it holds many options to explore all the things that I really am interested in: I am planing to look into the imagery, and for the research all the lovely gothic, Vaudeville, burlesque, Follies-Bergeres, XIX century Circus related, XIX century women related things as I can! Prenons notre place sur la Scène de la Vie! (I know random) xD I also read the book itself, because, come on, we know that we have to respect the real thing no matter what, right?