My class and I went to a play called Jabber. It was about a girl that moved to a different school, because of a message that made her parents decide that it was not safe for her at that school, so she had to change schools. She then met a boy when the principal was greeting her. The boy and the girl started to text and facetime. They became friends.
The script was not all that good. It didn’t sound like they were in real life. It was more like they were telling a story instead.
I thought the acting was good, because the actors stayed in character. But they said lots “so lets say” and stuff like that.
Costume and set design
The costumes and set design were good. The costumes were just real clothes. The set was a television, something that looked like a doorframe and three mini desks. It was cool and creative.
One of the characters stuck out from the other two, because she had a scarf that she wore around her head called a Jabber.
I really liked the play, but was not a big fan of some parts. For example, when the girl had a dream about the boy and her kissing.