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What do you think the playwright meant by calling "The Bald Soprano" an "anti-play"?

At the end of The Bald Soprano", the playwright suggests that the Martins have become the Smiths. Considering the differences in the characters throughout the play (see "Characters - Mr. and Mrs. Smith" and "Mr. and Mrs. Martin") and the absurdist philosophy grounding all four plays in this collection, what point do you think the playwright is trying to make with this transformation?

At the end of The Bald Soprano", the playwright suggests that the Martins have become the Smiths. Considering the differences in the characters throughout the play (see "Characters - Mr. and Mrs. Smith" and "Mr. and Mrs. Martin") and the absurdist philosophy grounding all four plays in this collection, what point do you think the playwright is trying to make with this transformation?

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