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GCSE: An Inspector Calls

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  1. An Inspector Calls

    spooky music and the lighting which makes the stage all dark an cold adds to the mysterious atmosphere of the arrival of the inspector. The inspector enters the stage from the audience which I think that the writer is trying to give the impression that the inspector is time travelling from our time as the audience back into the time of when the play was set. Next in the stage production he just waits by the lamp post until the maid comes out almost as he was expecting to and suggests that he might Already know them.

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  2. To analyse the character of Judd in the play ‘Bouncers’ by John Godber.

    In U.S.A, Bouncers won seven Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards and five Joseph Jefferson Awards in Chicago. Judd plays five parts. He plays Judd, a bouncer at the club. He plays a woman called Elaine, who is out with her friends. He also plays Terry, who is on a pub-crawl with his mates. Judd plays the barber and he also plays Cheryl, who is a hairdresser. Judd likes to wind people up, especially Eric. He is also a bit thick, but tries to act clever.

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  3. How has your reading of J.B Priestley’s “ An Inspector Calls” been enhanced by Stephen Daldry’s production at the Garrick Theatre?

    In contrast, the production situates a house and a very small distant house. The Birling's house is displayed high up from the street with a cobbled pavement breaking up around the house. The way it is high up from the street seems as if they are higher up in society and when the house is opened they are unprotected by the house. The set is symbolic and is a character in the play because it changes. The house has it's own personality that it changes and it is a display of the Birling's stability in society.

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  4. The Apollo Theatre - Business Case Analysis

    Task 2: Collection of Information This is a copy of my Questionnaire Questionnaire 1. How often do you go to the theatre? [] Once a week [] Twice a week [] Once a month [] Twice a month [] More than once a year [] Other _______________ 2. Please give your opinion on the following aspects of the Theatre. Like V. Much Good Average Acceptable Poor Price [] [] [] [] [] Location [] [] [] [] [] Snacks [] [] [] [] [] Price of Snacks [] [] [] [] [] Films [] [] [] [] [] Parking [] [] [] [] [] 3.

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