I didnt really understand it the first time i read it by myself so I got little confused. I thought all of the choices that Buzo made were really clever and made a lot of sense when you read into them more! Responses due by the 11th Nov Make sure you include your name. How would you stage it if you were to direct it? Tension is created in the most part by the differences between the two characters.
I didnt really understand it the first time i read it by myself so I got little confused. Add Thread to del. How would you stage it if you were to direct it?? A very clever piece of text. Most of the drama texts aren’t very interesting- I know most of mine weren’t, you really just have to make sure you include some good techniques with your relevant workshop examples and you should do fine. I really love Alex Buzo decisions on the twp stereotypes of the characters Norm and Ahmed which contrast really well with one another.
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I would have everything reasonably close o the front and centre stage with minimal use of props. I very much enjoyed how Australian history was incorporated into the dialogue, along with some incredibly funny things. The time now is 6: Tension is created when Norm continually asks Ahmed questions, often audiences are at the edges of their seats in suspense of what Ahmed might say. The action would be set in the centre of the stage, with removaalists bin rhe the right and the bus.
I loved Norm and Ahmed, it is completely different to any play write I had ever read.
A very clever piece of text. What do you think about it?
The teacher seems to mark ahmee his own mysterious, objective 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? I would set the play in a theatre with a tradional stage, it would be very simple, simple lighting and the bare minimal of sets.
The symbolism and representations throughout the set and dialogue is really interesting. Results 1 to 5 of 5. Damn I did different topics so I can’t help. November 13, at 1: The tension definitely increases when Norm pulls out his own lighter after stopping Ahmed to ask him for one.
I believe the tension is created throughout every aspect of the play. I really love Alex Buzo decisions on the twp stereotypes of the characters Norm and Ahmed which contrast really well with one another.
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Despite, that it does not have as much action as The Removalists, I love the fact that it is still just as powerful. I really enjoyed reading the play. I would stage this on a simple, plain, traditional stage I think the simplicity of the surroundings would add to the tension being created on stage. I would defiantly want to see this on stage. It would be a traditional theatre stage 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.
Why Norm was so open and comfortable with Ahmed? I really like that it is staged in Australia and it incorporates our multi-cultrual society.
I don’t have any rdmovalists in these texts either, so i think that may be a problem I’m facing with my questions, as I don’t believe that these types of theatre although they’re interesting in theory are very entertaining, nor do they really effectively use techniques etc.
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Why Norm felt the need to be so violent towards Ahmed? I’m temovalists 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!! The bus stop would be on stage left and the bin would be on stage right with a lamp post in the middle of them both.