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‘The Room’ is a Metaphor for the Mind, though we never see into the Room, the Door protecting it from the rest of the world. Michael, now retired, has had a degree of success as a Stage Manager of Broadway plays, but in his intimate relationships he has been a consummate failure. Snooky, his first and only true love, died of an abortion that she had resisted, but upon which Michael had insisted. Following her death, Michael’s first and meaningless marriage ended in divorce. Unable to live alone with his past, Michael has created a fantasy world for himself in which he has recreated Snooky as the woman he wished she had been, freeing him of all responsibility he might have had for the failure in their relationship. So he lives comfortably with her, keeping her in ‘The Bedroom’ until he needs her, calling her forth to sing, dance and play with him, to express her love for him and to be the woman she actually never was. Thus, Michael is a ‘happy’ man, though in serious danger of losing himself in the fantasies that are taking him to the brink of madness as Snooky slowly begins to materialize. Snooky can first be heard and then seen by others, finally interacting with the two most important women in Michael’s life, his best friend, Maddie, a recovering addict, and his alcoholic daughter, Peg. Maddie attempts to help Michael release Snooky from his seriously disturbed imagination. But Snooky has developed a mind of her own and refuses to go embroiling them in a fierce battle as Michael fights for his sanity and Snooky for her ‘life’.see less
‘The Room’ is a Metaphor for the Mind, though we never see into the Room, the Door protecting it from the rest of the world. Michael, now retired, has had a degree of success as a Stage Manager of Broadway plays, but in his intimate relationships he has been a consummate failure. Snooky, his first and only true love, died of an abortion that she had resisted, but...see more
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