God is an… Ofelia?, WRIT 106
“Pan’s Labyrinth is entirely anti-Catholic establishment, but that does not make it anti-Catholic in its philosophy. In fact, Ofelia is a mirror of Christ. Like him, she is a divine person and a mortal child, and she serves as a figure of hope and light (and confusion) for her environment. She can perform miracles! And most importantly, she died a martyr for a political cause and for an even greater cause: love. Her story, like the story of Christ that shaped Catholicism, will live on for centuries as a story of courage and as a beacon of hope in times of strife.”
I am a second-year BFA Theater Production & Design student with a concentration in Stage Management and a Williamstown, NJ native. I am an avid reader and a fan of REM sleep. Goals? Run a theater (and eventually the world).