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In conclusion Philip Dean's produced theater performance "ZigZag Street" provided the main theme well through out the whole performance. The acting was wonderful and the uses of techniques were used great. The only downside to this play was the script

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Analytical Essay: In Philip Dean's produced theater performance "ZigZag Street" the main theme, which is displayed through out the performance is the universal needs of all human beginnings: need for friendship, companionship and the needs for plans, hopes and dreams. This is shattered when the main character Richard (Mark Conaghan) is dumped buy his long-term girl friend after 4 years. After this painfully brake up he is given his grandparents house on ZigZag Street under one condition, he renovate the house while he lives in it. While he is in this house he try's to get his life back on track but despite concerted efforts chaos reigns supreme. First Key Moment: 1. Richard: arrives at a caf�. He takes out a book and reads. After a moment a girl enters, looks around and then approaches. Girl: Im sorry. You were reading Richard puts the book down Richard: No it's fine. Girl: so what do u do? Richard: Im s lawyer. I work for a financial institution, what about u? ...read more.

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Also to draw focus to this scene the stage was darkened so that then only light was over where the scene was being preformed on the stage. The use of these technique were wonderful because this scene was important to the over all theme of the performance. The stage or space for this performance was a very unusual; this is due to the fact that the stage was circler (refer to source 1.). Within this scene the there was not a lot of space used but what was used was wonderfully thought through. For the caf� seating and table 3 boxes of the stage was used to illustrate the chairs and table where Richard and the young girl sat during the scene. This was great because these boxes wouldn't have served a purpose without this scene. Source 1. Second Key Moment: Richard: [to audience] its quiet in the office Saturday night. ...read more.

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It was hard not to notice that Richard had no clothes on which drew the focus onto him during the scene. But the focus changed with the arrival of Hillary, this was due to the fact that to representation the elevator she arrived in was lighted up and also to see what she was going to do when she saw Richard naked dancing in the office. The use of space on the stage was used well; this is because to represent the office and the computers the lower left hand side of the stage was used (refer to source 1). This was well though out because it was a great way to use the unusual shape of the stage and also the boxes that were used in other scenes to represent moving boxes. In conclusion Philip Dean's produced theater performance "ZigZag Street" provided the main theme well through out the whole performance. The acting was wonderful and the uses of techniques were used great. The only downside to this play was the script it did not go anywhere and the play ended without a conclusion. ...read more.

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