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    Drama Coursework - The Women In Black Analysis

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    As it was a professional production, I was constantly studying the play as it unfolded to determine how different types of drama medium had been incorporated to enhance the performance. Although the Women in Black consists of many characters, the company had employed just two actors; one actor to take the role of Kipps and another to take the role of 'the actor'. During the play they swap roles in such a way that the Actor plays a young Kipps and the real Kipps plays all the other characters in his tale that are still vivid in his memory.

    • Word count: 1281
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    La Amistad

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    It is our right at birth. But there are some moments when it must be taken." In two hour, the film captures the general plight of the African people taken from their homes and forced into a life of slavery that was unfortunately common during this time. It is the true story of a little-known armed insurrection carried out by 53 heroic Africans against their slave masters on July 1, 1839.

    • Word count: 547
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    Theatre Review- The Woman in Black

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    There are only two actors through out the whole play, Paul Chapman and Daniel Coonan. They both clash as, in the beginning of the play; the Arthur Kipps who, at this point, is old is looking to re tell his story and meets the young actor who is the one who can help him re tell it. When Arthur Kipps goes to see this young actor he has aged a few years and they both are very different in age and their view point is as well this is shown by the personalities they portray.

    • Word count: 1913
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    GCSE Drama Review Of The Play 'Bouncers'

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    The structure of the play was very central in the sense that it was all in one place but the actors changed from one plot to another, which intertwine in the centre of the club. The genre of this play is an observational comedy, which is, based on Godbers personal experiences, this links with lucky Eric's speeches on where Godbers put down his thoughts and experiences into the play and lets the audience learn about it in a spass content.

    • Word count: 1295

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  1. Do they use key words from the title or question?
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  • Compare and contrast the historical, social and cultural context of both

    "In conclusion, there were many differences in historical, cultural and social context; however, there weren't many similarities. Personally, one of the biggest factors which made the plays so different was the difference in playwright. Both playwrights had a dissimilar stylistic interpretation of the plays, which made them so diverse to one another. The fact that Reza's play was largely realistic and naturalistic compared to Bertolt who used a range of techniques to break the illusion of realism. Arandeep Heer 1"

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