I was particularly pleased with the manner in which Peter played his role. Apart from entertaining me, it made me to learn much about acting.
To begin with, Peter features as a very energetic actor. He comes out as a very strong actor who sufficiently represents the real traits and conducts of the character. Despite being an orphan, Peter comes out as a very strong leader who is able to work with his peers and ensure that they act accordingly. In case of any problem, he strongly comes out to take responsibility. His interactions with Molly also prove that he is energized especially when discussing about their adoption by the cruel leader. This is a clear indication that he must have spent adequate time to rehearse and prepare for the role.
In terms of truthfulness, Peter qualifies to be one. For him to qualify for this role, the actor must have been in a position of representing the actual character. I made this observation when I keenly listened to Peter and watched him as he acts in different scenes of the play. His actions are purely natural and realistic. They do not appear to be exaggerated at all. First, I saw this when Peter develops very strong romantic feelings for Molly. Just like any other man, he fails to declare his intensions because he is too afraid to face her. This shows a natural behaviors of cowardice men who despite being attracted to ladies, lack confidence to let them know whatever they actually want.
The other important thing I observed in Peter is that he is has good communication skills. He can audibly project his voice to reach everyone. By projecting her voice in a loud manner, Peter managed to effectively communicate to his audiences. He clearly and audibly pronounced his words for easy understanding by everyone. When watching the play, I observed this while listening to Peter story with his fellow orphans with whom he spent most of the time. I also noticed his audibility while on board and