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blood brothers - response

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Response Could have been him Marilyn Monroe Adoption Friendship Themes Of Blood Superstition Brothers Toy / Real Guns Class Dancing I think that superstition and class are the two main themes in the play because at the end of the play the narrators last phase says: 'Do we blame superstition or class?' The narrator also draws attention to superstition throughout the play, for example: 'There's shoes upon the table an' a joker in the pack, The salts been spilled and a looking glass cracked, There's one lone magpie overhead.' One original piece of role play I performed was when both Miss Lyons and Miss Johnstone announced they were pregnant. ...read more.

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We used thought tracking in our performance to show what people really thought of Miss Lyons being pregnancy and if they really did believe she was. As a result of this we got a lot of mixed messages, some did believe the pregnancy but some was a bit weary. We also used narrating to tell the story and we also used the narrator as the devil. We used the narrator as the devil to let the audition and Miss Lyons know the truth that she wasn't pregnant and that he knew that it was actually Miss Johnstones baby she was going to bring up as her own. ...read more.

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The announcement didn't go as well as Miss Lyons's did as the neighbors knew that Miss Johnstones children were trouble makes and that she couldn't keep control of them. We used thought track to show what the other people in the pub thought of Miss Johnstone being pregnant again. All the thought tracks were all against Miss Johnstones pregnancy saying they couldn't handle another brat on the streets causing trouble. Miss Johnstone Trouble making children - 'either you keep them in order, missis, or it'll be the courts for you or worse, won't it?' Hated by people that Kind - 'God help the live nearby - girls when you start 'Praise the lord, he dancing.' has delivered us at last' ...read more.

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