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Kneehigh Theatre Company, Cheltenham Everyman Theatre

‘Evaluate the use of acting techniques and staging elements in “Wild Bride”. Make reference to the style and form of performance and practitioner influence where appropriate’. The story follows a…

”The Woman in Black” by Susan Hill

Having read Susan Hill’s novel ‘The Woman in Black’ as well as studied Stephen Mallatratts adaptation for the stage, how effective is the ghost story genre on stage? “You must…

How does Alfred Hitchcock Create Anxiety In The Shower Scene from Psycho?

Alfred Hitchcock creates anxiety in the shower scene from “Psycho” by using non-diegetic music to build tension and using Mise en scene to give the maximum effect. Fear or anxiety…

”Mother Courage and Her Children” by Bertolt Brecht

Brecht wrote Mother Courage and Her Children in 1939 when he was in exile from persecution in Germany and the Second World War had started. Brecht had to travel a…

How Does Hitchock cock Create Tension and SuspenseIn The Film ‘Psycho’?

Before Psycho was released Hitchock had to publicize the film. He had used several techniques to promote Psycho. An example of one of these would be the colour poster, which…

”Let Him Have It” Film by Peter Medak

This is a story that follows the life of an epileptic boy called Derek Bentley. The story shows how quickly a normal boy’s life can turn upside down. Derek arrives…

”Romeo and Juliet” by Baz Luhrmann

Shakespeare’s famous play Romeo and Juliet was first printed in 1597 and was performed, on stage, before Elizabethan audiences. While the speaking parts are faithful to the original. Baz Luhrmann’s…

In 1953, Mao Launched The First Five Year Plan

In 1953, Mao launched the first five year plan. The aim of this plan was to build up China’s failing industry and its backward economy. The first plan focused solely…

”Psycho” by Alfred Hitchcock

“In ‘Psycho’ how has Alfred Hitchcock created tension throughout the film and what effect does it have on us as viewers?” In 1960, Alfred Hitchcock created a powerful, complex psychological…

Is Hedda Gabler a Tragedy?

The main problem in answering this question lies within the definition of the dramatic tragedy itself. Aristotle’s discussion in ‘Poetics’ defines it as ‘a form of drama exciting the emotions…

Is Willy Loman a Tragic Hero?

Audiences often respond to the central protagonist in a similar way to that of other characters. This is quite possibly the case in Arthur Millers Death of a Salesman. This…

Lord of the Rings Fellowship of the Ring Analysis

The Fellowship of the Ring, one of the first of three movies in the Lord of the Rings trilogy would not have been such a success if it did not…

Road by Jim Cartwright

Notes on the plot and Subject matter of the play Under the guidance of the Rum-Soaked, wide-boy, Scullery, the audience is taken on an evening tour of a scruffy, depressed…

Textual Analysis of “So Graham Norton”

“So Graham Norton” is a comedy chat show that incorporates various genres. For example there are element of talk shows and game shows. However the main focus of the programme…

”The Rivals” by Richard Sheridan is Described as a Comedy of Manners

Comedy of manners is based on satirizing the style or manner of the way in which members of the social group act or behave. Much of this is physical and…

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