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Development - rationale - set plan

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Development-rationale- set plan This was what we chose for our set design because it was straightforward and we could easily alter and interact with the objects on stage. As a group we came up with the idea of unpleasant, good and a combination. It went from good to unpleasant to a combination. We all had individual monologues; who ever was the main person was, they had to sit in the middle. This obviously changed during the course of our act. To change from one person to the next we had choreographed a set movement, for example, one person had to go forward, to the side then back, while the other person went sideways, and then all three of us had to sit down together. ...read more.


Light comes up on Jessie (J) sitting centre stage. Kyle (K) enters stage left and K stops short when he sees J. Kyle: Mother! Jessie: Kuno what are you doing here? You know you're not allowed to be here? Kyle: I am here because I have a plan for us to get out of here J stands. Jessie: Why couldn't you have told me about this plan of yours through the machine? You put your life in danger. Kyle: You know the machine is monitoring us. That's why I had to risk it. Jessie: Okay I understand. So tell me of this plan of yours. Kyle: First of all I need to know if I can trust you K moves around J nervously wringing his hands. ...read more.


Hannah: Do we really value the machine more than our son? Jessie: I do value the machine for it has given me life and a home where I feel safe and secure. Hannah: We shall go with him H goes into a still image while K comes out of his still image and continues the conversation with J as if there had been no delay. Kyle (Gesticulating excitedly): There is a hole Jessie: Where? Kyle: Don't worry about where it is. Just believe me when I say I have found one. Does this mean you will come with me? Jessie (Stumping): Hmmmmmmm K goes into a still image again while J and H talk. Hannah: We should go with him Jessie: Then what happens to us? Hannah: We have a chance to start over and do things the right way. It's our choice, yes or no. Jessie and Hannah (in unison): Yes! END By Jessie Addington ...read more.

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