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The Bald Soprano Characters
Meet the Cast
Mr. Smith, like all the characters in the play, is pretty one dimensional. He comes off as a stuffy middle-class Englishman and his character doesn't get much deeper than that. Mr. Smith speaks mos...
Mrs. Smith, like her husband, is pretty one dimensional. She talks a lot like him too – in a string of clichés, non-sequiturs, and bland observations. Mrs. Smith kicks the play off by re...
Mr. Martin achieves the amazing accomplishment of being even more generic and bland than his counterpart Mr. Smith. He offers very few opinions on anything and pretty much echoes what everybody, es...
Mrs. Martin is to Mrs. Smith as Mr. Martin is to Mr. Smith. Just like her husband, this lady manages to be a blander, more generic version of her counterpart. She sides with Mrs. Smith in the great...
Mary is a pretty classic character – the pushy maid. Let's see what are some examples? Rosie from The Jetsons, Florence from The Jeffersons, and, let us not forget, Alice from The Brady Bunch...
The Fire Chief
The Fire Chief shows up totally randomly about midway through the play. In some ways he's the most complex character in the piece. The guy definitely has more than a few facets to his character, wh...
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