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Drama work In class we have been studying the theme "keep young and beautiful" in those days women did not have equal rights to men. So as the men went to work and earned their profit for the family the women would stay and home and do their chaos and make-up their selves in order to look pretty for their husbands. Originally in the 1930's "keep young and beautiful" was sang by Al Dublin and Harry warren. In the 1930's The song "keep young and beautiful" was sang ironically because a woman was singing a negative view about women. ...read more.

Middle

At the beginning of the performance we walked onto the back of the stage and were standing in a horizontal line with our backs to the audience in different positions. As we had our backs to the audience we were all in flirtatious positions Gangendeep had her hands holding her hips, I had a glorious smile with my hand just above my head, Nicole also had her hands holding her hips, Dearmett had her hands out with a proud smile like she just got a A* in her GCSE's and Cylen had a cheesy smile standing straight with her lip gloss glowing like stars. ...read more.

Conclusion

As we are in our positions me and Jade at the back start dancing to the song in in a very exaggerated way our smiles too wide, movements too big, showing how we disagree with the lyrics, by our actions and expressions. Next we came to the exercise bit of the song and me and Jade were now at the front not the back so we started exercising, jogging, across the stage, stretches etc. Finally we line up and have a dance routine to the song then we come together as if we are a family group in a photograph doing different poses huddled together. ...read more.

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