Question for Amadeus Some musicals are brilliantly presented stories that illicit thoughtful inquiry. The musical is a story about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who was an exquisitely talented man. This man’s self image was plagued by an unrealistic need for approval and an insurmountable ego. Amadeus is a story riddled of bitterness that is weaved with betrayal and jealously. The story illustrates a time of nobles, kings, and popes. With a religious connotation, the story represents a man’s question of faith (Haskins, 2010). The story is shadowed by a romantic, yet hedonistic sense with angry accusations riddled with obscenities. The aura presents violence and drunkenness, covetousness and envy. The artist in this musical provokes...The end:
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