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An Evaluation of my Performance in Lord Of The Flies

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An Evaluation of my Performance in Lord Of The Flies In March I performed in Lord Of The Flies and played the role as Piggy. In the first rehearsals my group (which consisted of Andrew Bridle, James Browning and me) decided what play we would like to do. A lot other groups were deciding to do comedies. In order to stand out in the exam we decide to do something serious. Then James Browning then came up with the idea of acting out Lord Of The Flies. ...read more.

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After editing the play it was time to learn our lines. This is one of my weaknesses so I had to spend a lot of time learning them. After that I asessed my character, Piggy, and considered how I would portray him. Piggy was a clever boy and comes from a poor background. He is fat and not too good looking. When we rehearsed I tried to put these aspects into practice. I wore plenty of layers, glasses and 3/4 length shorts. ...read more.

Conclusion

We created the hill by putting a camouflage net over a small bench. The shells and starfish on the edge of the netting signified the beach in front of it. In the middle of the beach we placed a conch. This conch played a big role in our play. As I performed in front of an audience my acting seemed to get better than in the rehearsals. I tried very hard to keep the characters personality throughout the whole of the play. I projected my voice well so that the whole of the audience could hear me ...read more.

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