The Father In Six Characters In Search Of An Author
There are many ties between real life and theater thus relating the two so close that sometimes it is hard to separate the two and at other times it is easy to separate them. Theater is like real life in that there is an audience of people always watching what each other are doing, there are actors who might not know they are actors but someone is watching them, there is an unknown outcome and it is immediate. It is unlike real life in that the participants do not know they are participants, things do not happen at a particular time, and life is real and not rehearsed. This is all very evident in Six Characters in Search of an Author because in many different instances, the father, in particular, makes reference to how their situation is real because they are obviously standing there before the actors, life can be an illusion because what happens today is only a memory tomorrow, and this very situation in which they will portray to the actors and producer is more real then anything they can hold real.
The six characters, on one side of the coin, have certain things about them that are
reality, illusion, real, because, characters, life, father, very, change, actors, situation, play, just, about, today, things, that?s, producer, one, makes, know, whatever, theater, ours, never, even, each, different, between, author, what?s, watching, two, try, tomorrow