Uyen Nguyen

How are women portrayed in the musical? What are some of their struggles and triumphs? Whose point of view in the play would you have been interested in learning more about? Why?

The women are the heartbeat of the show. The show acknowledges that women are trapped by the society…

I felt overwhelmed listening to Satisfied, the some is performed right after Hamilton marries Eliza and Angelica, who loves Hamilton from afar, gives a toast to the couple at their wedding. This is an extremely well-written song. Angelica sounds so effortlessly beautiful and smooth. Furthermore, the lyrics is so heart-tugging…

Malvolio (reading from a letter by Maria, which he believes to be from Olivia) (Twelfth Night)

“…be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ’em.”

Ashley: You save his life, Ivy!

Ivy: I just happened to be there at the right time.

Ashley: He was seriously injured by a piece of glass that fell from the ceiling, and you were the only who was able to administer first aid.

Ivy: I’m a doctor, Ashley.

Ashley: Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.