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Performance Evaluation - Our story is called The Prince and the Flying Carpet, which focuses around a young Prince, who, while hunting, meets the Raja of all Parrots who directs him to Princess Maya.
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Coursework - Performance Evaluation
Our story is called The Prince and the Flying Carpet, which focuses around a young Prince, who, while hunting, meets the Raja of all Parrots who directs him to Princess Maya. He ventures to her palace, and showers her with fabulous gifts with which to capture her heart. However, the Raja, Maya's father, declares the Prince must prove himself in order to be wed to his daughter. He must slay an ogre, which he succeeds in doing, with help from some magical items he steals from demons earlier on in the story. The Raja allows them to marry and they live happily ever after.
In the dramatisation of our story, we harnessed many explorative strategies.
One of these was still image. This is when members of the cast pause, often in some sort of pose, in order to represent an event taking place, the climax of a scene, or to convey an emotion.
We used this technique wih great frequency in our production. Upon the departure of the Prince from his hone at the beginning of the play, we had his servants wave to him and the Prince
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