They interacted with the audience and even picked on certain people, I thought this was hilarious because they embarrassed the kind of people who think they are hard and they were made to look silly. I hope you enjoy reading about the journey and process of this story as much as I did. In our lessons we took pieces of th. In another lesson we used marking the moment to add effect, in the part of the play before the accident when Judy and Joanne are drunk. Costumes were used just to suggest who each of the roles were and were just everyday casual clothes that teenagers might wear, plus jackets etc were put over the top for when multi-role was used. There are many strategies that would be very useful in exploring the way the play could modernise. We decided to mark the crucial moments of Judy's mum, I rested my hand on her shoulder and everyone bowed their heads in sorrow to show remorse and despair.
They gave us an insight to how she felt although her words spoke somewhat the opposite. The moral definitely gets across to me, and made me aware of the effects of drinking and driving. There were many moments that were significant in the play, and different methods to mark the moment such as when Jo through Judy the keys for her car. I though that the space was used effectively considering that there was more than 200 of us watching and we are used to sitting all facing in one direction for plays and assemblies - this was good because we almost surrounded the performance space and I felt closer to the action. Indians have attained a high degree proficiency in this language.
The body language from all the characters was good, but one character showed more of it, and I felt it was Elliot, This was because eh he showed that he had some authority and that he is calm and focussed, as the character, also when he was caring when Jusy is in the wheelchair, he showed that he was comforting her. It then concentrates on the actual crash and immediate aftermath, mainly through the eyes of the first witness at the scene. We included freeze frames when Bob and Nob are speaking, centre stage, Jo and Judy perform various freeze frames to depict their personalities and they show the putting on of make-up etc in these freeze frames. Space We used most of the space that was provided, but the whole point of the play was to be simple but effective, we used a lot of the space in the crash scene, this is because of different characters walking off, each side and walking from side to side. I like the way that the lines were delivered directly to the audience and shouted in an excitable and enthusiastic way, they also rhymed which I thought was clever script-writing. Punch—in his final gleefully triumphant moment—will win his fight with the Devil, bring the show to a rousing conclusion, and earn a round of applause. The timing between Curly and Lucy was really good and effective.
These frozen images showed how drinking can start off as a laugh but can be fatal. In another lesson we used Emotion exercises to really show the emotions of our characters. It showed just how much their lives were torn apart because of the split decision that was made to drive home instead of getting a cab. Drama Support Drama Job Vacancies Current Drama jobs. Most of the research work in science and technology in the world is being done through the medium of English. Or a stairway to heaven! I have the power to control that, so that is why thanks to the play, I would not put my self in the same situation as Judy and feel it is the wrong choice to make.
They used a thrust staging idea with the audience on 3 sides of the performance space and had projection screen set up on one of the walls. The two girls playing Jo and Judy went and rehearsed the first section of the scene, whilst the two men playing Bob and Nob went elsewhere to discuss and rehearse Section two , finally they all got together to rehearse the final section of scene one. This is the only surviving script of a performance, and its accuracy is questioned. This w3as to give the audience the impact of it being serious, Most of my lines were spoken to the audience, as a whole, I had to show as my character that I understand what was going on, and to tell the audience sort of in bullet points what happened, and Why you should drink and drive. They have to decide who will drive home, Judy decides she should as she has not drunk as much and if they get aught Joanne will lose her licence. This is because it makes the audience realise her truthful remorse to her sister's death. Shop with your favourite stores and they'll donate to London Drama - all without charging you a penny more.
In this scene I took the part of Bob. You killed someone else Judy that's two people the same way, are you that stupid? However, the characters in the play don't. He is a manifestation of the and figures of deep-rooted mythologies. Nob: Fishing line and hook out! At this stage, Judy is unaware that Jo is dead. The music was turned up to full volume as the metal poles were used to represent the railings of the bridge that the car swerved and ran into. Then immediately after I used my voice in a giggling way to show how evil and devious we were. Finally, the show will often end with the Devil arriving for Mr.
I think that the audience may even feel sorry for Natalie. She shouts and stomps her feet loudly and uses exaggerated body gesture and movement to perhaps mark the moment of finally persuading her sister to take her out. Punch and his wife Judy. I remember watching Hannah, Amber and Lucy's piece. Then suddenly there is a flashback into the car. And this will add the effect of the rush to get ready. It was very brave of the family involved to allow their story to be used in this way - yet I understand that they know that it can help others to not make silly decisions like this.
The symbolism created by the images and metaphors represent Wordsworth's deep passion about the conflict between nature and modern progress. It was very surreal in the fact that it looked like it was a dream Brendan was having, but then we turned the tables and Brendan woke up and said 'go back to bed! In order to help us explore the play even further, we used various strategies. The keys were thrown between them and the action froze as the decision was made - Judy would drive Jane's car because she didn't feel too drunk. It was the hospital scene. This performance was in our school hall and although we have a proscenium arch stage, they performed on the floor, and in fact some audience members were seated up on the stage with I though was unique idea, as they had to look down on the play. This is a contrast to the previous piece, as Natalie is aware and admits that she killed her sister. Then mum lets her son Brendan know that she doesn't blame him for what has happened.
This is because red symbolises the 'colour' of lips and lipstick colour worn, desire, passion, fire, and perhaps danger which could appeal to Judy and Jo. He is a whose hooked nose almost meets his curved, jutting chin. It is possible, I think, that one secret source of pleasure very generally derived from this performance… is the satisfaction the spectator feels in the circumstance that likenesses of men and women can be so knocked about, without any pain or suffering. His parents react hysterically and tell him to move out. Also he had to lead the lines between him and Matt, which is more responsibility. It'd look better on my bedroom floor! One side of our picture presented Jo and Vi happily cooking together, Vi has a look of contentment and Jo is smiling, Judy is to the left of the two with a look of resentment towards Jo and the fact that Jo has a better relationship with her mother.
Their mother, played by Amanda warns Hayley to look after her little sister Sally. The use of the swazzle also helps to create humour, and that the swazzled sound of Punch's voice takes the cruelty out of Punch. Police found she was nearly three times over the drink-drive limit at the time and she was jailed for five years for causing death by dangerous driving and driving while over the drink-drive limit. Tragedy struck again when the star, who rose to fame with hits such as Itchycoo Park and Lazy Sunday, died aged 44 in a mystery fire at their cottage in Arkesden, Essex, in April 1991. Man lacks proper gratitude for nature. She said: 'Ethan gave me the piece of paper and said he has to learn this for school, but when I read it I was absolutely gobsmacked. Then when we reached the car we argued about who would drive, then I tried to open the door with the wrong key, and let Rosalia Judy drive.