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‘Freak’ – a Play by John Leguizamos
In 1998 the play ‘Freak’ a one-man-show was written and performed by a comedian and an actor “John Leguizamos”. The play was directed by Spike Lee and it was aired under the same name on HBO.
The entry of John was classical and he entered the theater by bursting through a ring of paper. The actual material of his previous plays like sex-o-holic was quite average but this time he has broken up the shackles and this play can be treated as classical representation of fun and sarcasm. The originality of the stuff identifies his genius attitude and he alone can create miracles on the stage. The play posses beautiful approaches that an individual can see his/he own life in the character of Mr. Leguizamos and that’s the ultimate quality of the play. In Freak mimicry was at its extreme but with a sense of humanity.
Every important aspect of life is touched gently and attributes like pain, hope and humor are discussed with an altruistic approach. The most touching scenes were when Leguizamo becomes a deaf and his actions were definitely speaking more than his words. Similarly I loved the part when he converted himself to a gay uncle. Moreover his drunken grandmother’s part was also great who actually tries to eliminate his demons with the help of Jack Daniel’s spray.
Sharp lines were sprayed in the entire play and top notch acting and direction was clearly visible. He used sarcastic lines that the English of his parents was so weak that they can’t even understand themselves. The pick up lines were beautiful that he used with the women in the bar. Similarly sexual comedy was used but the approach was not just using sexual elements to please the crowd but to enjoy the fun element related to sex. The humiliation of his first girlfriend when he was striped naked was awesome and the crowd applauded at this moment. The direction of Spike Lee was exuberant and his camera work was fantastic. The play ended in enormous claps when he discussed his father and pays tribute to him.
He transforms himself to the entire neighborhood in just 90 seconds. He recalled his family’s arrival inJacksonheights,Queens. He transforms into an Indian salesman that sells candies, a Puerto Rican razzing Jamaican and a newsstand owner who was a Korean. The ethnic colors was beautifully displayed by him and valiantly applauded by the people. Although styling variations are quite difficult to mimic but he masters this approach and he becomes an Irish Lad in the play and a Black Muslim just by the movement of his lips. People were waiting for this play but the delay adds disappointment. The changes that were made in its long journey to Broadway add disappointment towards the show.
However, the play was outstanding as it contains no bad wigs, costume changes, camera trick, make up etc. Just one person was standing out in the crowd and the entire crowd was laughing laud on his performance. This one man show I believe was one of the best shows I have ever witnessed and it’s the best play of my entire life. He carried out the dialogues of about four to five persons without following the transitional approach i.e. no transitions where made between the plays.
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Originally posted 2015-09-21 10:43:58.