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Unmasked Stolen Comparison Essay In this essay Im comparing Stolen which I saw at Malvern Theatre and the unmasked performance which I took part in at school as part of a Gcse Drama course Unmasked is a play about young people from dysfunctional families in modern day middle class Britain Unmasked was shown using mask work dance drama and monologues In unmasked we used masks to show the characters emotion without showing the character until it was there actual piece My mask had a very stern face My piece was about a young man whose dad just sat in an art gallery all day and just ignored him Other characters in unmasked include a boy who steal things Also a girl who is put in an orphanage and treated poorly there and has a lot of her stuff taken away from her Another character is one that is being followed by a boy she doesnt like and complains that the boy stalks her and feels she is watching him all the time We then get to see the character of the boy whos following her he claims to just like her and not be nervous and not following her In unmasked each of us wear a mask to show our facial expression and at the start we all come in as a group to some music the way we walk in helps us show what our character is like My Character is a very angry character so as I walk in I kick over a chair with some towels on it and sit down with my arms crossed Stolen was written by Jane Harris and set in the 1950s and is about Australian indigenous people taken away from their natural background and put into a white society In Stolen there is a use of indigenous music actors portrayed as children and adults played more as little soliloquy they also spoke with Australian
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