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International Baccalaureate: Drama
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In this portfolio I will take you on the journey which I myself have travelled on throughout my IB theatre programme. Within this portfolio I will portray the processes which we as a group went through in order to create our devised piece
The Research and Development of the plot Thorough research shown how on the 20th September 2010 Iranian Government publicly accused the US of 'Double Standards' in a newspaper article published in 'The Guardian'. Centred on a 43 year old Iranian, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani and a 43 year old American Theresa Lewis. Ashtiani was issued with capital punishment in 2007 after it emerged that she had an illicit affair with a man after the death of her husband in 2006; this was later revoked and she was charged with adultery, manslaughter and the murder of her husband.
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This continuing struggle is a large part of the major theme of The Glass Menagerie. Just as the glass menagerie represents all of the characters as a whole, it also represents each character individually. Though the glass menagerie is most directly relevant to Laura, all four characters have sublimated their animal drives into esthetics. Laura has her glass animals, Tom his movies and poems, Amanda her jonquil-filled memories distorted into hopes, and Jim his baritone cliches of progress (Cohn 101).
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revive the classical heroic mask from ancient Greek theatre - married three times; Carlotta, addressed in the dedication, being his third wife - had a tragic relationship with his children: disowned his daughter, Oona, for marrying Charlie Chaplin; one son Eugene Jr. committed suicide at age 40 and the other, Shane, was a heroin addict - won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice, once for A Streetcar Named Desire - A Streetcar Named Desire ensured his fame when it was made into an Academy Award winning film starring Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh - moved to New Orleans in 1939
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