Steel magnolias act 2 script

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Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling

This has to be one of my favorite movies of all time. I have many lines memorized from the movie. This is my first time reading the original play. Most of the lines in the movie come right out of the pages of the play, but the ending is very different. The ending takes place at the hair salon like every other scene and the woman talk about everything that happened to M’Lynn instead of us being at the hospital or funeral. I think seeing the characters as it happens in the movie is more powerful, but I still teared up at the end, even the way it was done here. That movie gets me every time.

I usually distance myself from my southern roots, but this is one of those things in life that make me feel some pride at my southern roots. These are some amazing ladies. The movie shows more of life outside the salon, but in this play it all takes place in this space for women. It becomes like the scared space woman collect and share their lives with one another. Life happens outside, but this is the safe space they support each other.

There are interesting things about religion that happen in here. I know they are in the movies, but you get the feel of the difference between the Presbyterians and more Fundamental religion that takes over the south.

This is such excellent story telling. I love the author’s note at the beginning: “the women in this play are witty, intelligent, and above all, real characters. They in no way, shape or form are meant to be portrayed as cartoons or caricatures” The movie obeyed this note to a T and I think that is why it is still such a classic. We need a steel Magnolia’s reunion, if you ask me. Some of them are getting very old, but I think they are all still with us as of now.

Anyway, this is one of my favorite stories about life. It’s brilliant writing and I’m glad I read the play.
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upprevention.org Steel Magnolias. By Robert Harling Act I Scene 1 The curtain rises on Truvy's beauty shop. CLAIREE: (entering) Knock, knock! TRUVY: Morning.
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The title suggests the " female characters are as delicate as magnolias but as tough as steel". Following the stage success of Steel Magnolias, Harling wrote the. The film was at once charming and heartbreaking in its portrayal of female friendship in the face of tragedy. Calling Aspiring Script Writers! Beauty shop for gossip, friendship, and support.

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  2. upprevention.org+FITFE. The WPA Theatre production of STEEL MAGNOLIAS was trans- STEEL MAGNOLIAS. ACT ONE. SCENE I. The curtain rises on Truvy's.

  3. Steel Magnolias. By Robert Harling. Act I. Scene 1. The curtain rises on Truvy's CLAIREE: (entering) Knock, knock! TRUVY: Morning, Clairee!.

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