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This essay is an evaluation of my work and the work of others during the six hour work shop on 'The family' by Paula Rego.
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Improvisation Module - Part 3
This essay is an evaluation of my work and the work of others during the six hour work shop. When I first saw 'The family' by Paula Rego I was both amused and intrigued. I had no real views on the painting until I could decide on an interpretation of it; I kept asking myself the question 'what's going on here?' This has does have an advantage when thinking of different scenarios to perform because there are so many different ways to interpret the painting. However, one thing in the painting projects the true atmosphere of the image, the mans exposed eye, it betrays fear and panic. To make our scenes successful, the interpretation of the man being smothered must be the most striking.
I think the picture portrays some hard hitting issues about bullying, feminism, society, domestic violence and sexual desire. We wanted to get these messages across to the audience by combining different dramatical techniques and making them clear to the audience. I think we pulled it off quite well and our ideas were very good. The only thing that really let us down was the acting. On paper
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