How do notions of truth, reality, fiction, and deception explicitly or implicitly inform the dramatic development of plays? In other words, what is the playwright trying to say about reality and deception through the way characters talk, behave, self-identify and interact
with others? How do those issues heighten the dramatic tension of the play? Choose one (1) play, either Angels in America: Part I (Millennium Approaches), or Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, or Topdog/Underdog (as captured in the documentary The Topdog
Diaries). State your theory regarding the dramatic function of those references to truth, reality, fiction, and deception, etc. Provide at least three examples that directly support your theory and give evidence for your argument.