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One of the scenarios we developed was a letter sent to an inspector by a criminal with some information for the officer. It started by us setting the mood for the scene by having the lights off

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The life and times of the Costermongers Part 2 To do this project we had several stimuli to start with to get some ideas and get started. These stimuli were: Land owner's speech, The poster of murder in the red barn and finally Lady Audley's secret. I responded to these very positively. I saw it as a chance to express myself and put in several ideas into them. It was also exciting to think that just from getting a bit of info from different plays we would get to make our very own with a few similarities. With my group e discussed several possibilities for the play which were all very different. From lady audley's secret we got the idea of doing a bit of a romance play which had a twist at the end whether it was ...read more.

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For the Landowner's speech we had a play about a rich boy who ends up falling in love with a poor girl. The themes we wanted to show in our plays were money and power. One of the scenarios we developed was a letter sent to an inspector by a criminal with some information for the officer. It started by us setting the mood for the scene by having the lights off then slowly lighting onto the inspector. The second in charge inspector brings the letter and stumbles in an exaggerated way. He attempts to read the letter to the inspector by can't read well. This was also a much exaggerated part o the scene. The officer then takes the letter and pretends to read the letter by miming it. ...read more.

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The stock characters were two Chinese people who without any training knew how to fight. The developed the plot by having no real winner of the fight. I think we did pretty well in this part of the project. We used movement and facial expression quite well I reckon in several scenes I think this was best used in the fighting scene. We did not use mass for our final performance all we used were hats. We did not use these because there was no need all we needed was represented by the hats. This showed the stereotype of Chinese people in those times. The dumb show helped us cut down our play and only include important parts. We did not have too many problems except in the fight scenes finding interesting and new fight styles. Also we had problems staying in character and not using words from a different generation. ?? ?? ?? ?? Gary M ...read more.

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