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JASON ROBLERO BREAKS DOWN HIS MONOLOGUE

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Theatre junior Jason Roblero explains the meaning and his interpretation of Chris Keller’s monologue in “All My Sons” by Arthur Miller. Roblero first performed this piece freshman year. Since then, he has been able to grow and further analyze it. The piece is set during World War II, when his character was drafted along with his brother. Chris Keller, played by Roblero, was the only one that survived.  Roblero’s monologue breaks down this tragedy, allowing him to progress the emotional range of his character.

 

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