Email required Address never made public. I would have a backdrop of a quiet street with street lamps lining the edge of the stage. How is tension created? By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. What are some of the must-do points for a drama essay? Im particularly interested in what, what happens to Ahmed, is he alive or dead?
Is there a story behind the two characters? I also love how it touches on massive problems in society such as racism. How would you stage it if you were to direct it? November 6, at I thought all of the choices that Buzo made were really clever and made a lot of sense when you read into them more!
Why Norm was so open and comfortable with Ahmed? I’m a year 12 student at a dreadfulll country high school, and my class and myself still don’t know how to write a drama essay properly!! I would defiantly want to see this on stage.
Znd enjoy how Alex Buzo uses the typical australian working class man for Norm and the timid, nervous refugee for Ahmed. Also as to why Norm would do that Ahmed what was his esswy
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Some advice, in any way, shape or form would be excellent. It would be a traditional theatre nrm with a street light in at upstage centre with both the left and right side of the stage completely blacked out except for a large illuminated clock in the background.
November 8, at 2: The time now is 6: October 31, at I thought all of the choices that Buzo made were really clever and made a lot of sense when you read into them more! Tension is also created when Norm feels as if Ahmed is trying to outdo him; he finds this offensive and retaliates accordingly.
Responses due by the 11th Nov Make sure you include your name. I really enjoy the realism nature to it, how it brings out what actually happens to shock the audience. How would you stage it if you were to direct it?
It would impact on my judgement of the characters. Posted on October 31, November 2, at 8: I found it to be a very gintense anr uncomfortable experience especially the second time reading it knowing what would happen. Im particularly interested in what, what happens to Ahmed, is he alive or dead?
I enjoyed the removalists a bit more but i think thats mainly because the removalists had more action and interaction between more characters. The moments of contact are points where the tension elevates because the audience is constantly being put on edge every time Norm begins to question Ahmed repeatedly.
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Props and set would also be kept to a minimum, as I think the impact of the words being said have far more meaning and impact then material objects placed on the stage. Tension is created when these differences become evident. The concept of the play is so simple, but so affectiveI would love to see this performed one day! Damn I did different topics so I can’t help. About heathdennelly Drama teacher from Australia.
What provoked Norm to be wnd violent and brutal?
This would be cantered behind them at the back and in front borm the scaffold would be the white fence with a small amount of mesh rising above it.
The play builds this tension as the play progresses. The setting and the time of night plays a huge aspect. The teacher seems to mark by his own mysterious, ans methods, and none of us can figure out how to please him with our essay work Are we supposed to write in first person for the exporential?
There would be some scaffolding behind them at the back and infront of the scaffold would be the white fence with mesh rising above it. I would have everything reasonably close o the front and centre stage with minimal use of props. I loved reading this as an insight of Australian history and the society in the s through theatre which yhe a new experience for me.
Yes- when speaking about workshops speak in anv person.