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Sabbath's Theater Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Mickey Sabbath

There is little one can say about Mickey Sabbath that he hasn't said about himself. He enjoys regaling his audience with long diatribes about how unfair life has been to him. Sabbath seems to lack human empathy and is unable or unwilling to see any situation from the perspective of another. His own perspective is both selfish and self-serving. He is aware of his faults, including his lack of empathy and civility, but he expresses no interest in growing beyond them.

Sabbath is the character upon whom the entire farce is based. A court jester on testosterone, Sabbath acts his way through life, always going for the killer punch line. He hides inside his mental puppet theater and watches the audience's reactions from behind the curtain. He sees all of life as a performance. Everything he does is for entertainment value and he claims to be acting...

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