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Willy Russell wrote this play and he was born near Liverpool After leaving school he trained to be a printer even though he did not want to do it However when he came to do his exam he failed Then he trained to be a hairdresser He did this for six years he didnt understand it or even like it He still bought his own salon but when it was quiet he would do what he liked doing best This was writing He mostly wrote songs to begin with but also tied to write books poems and sketches This made him decide that he wanted to do O level English Literature The play Educating Rita was written in 1985 however in my staging of the play I would make it a modern play and this is so that people in the audience could relate to more For example the younger people could relate to Rita going through a students life The older members of the audience would be able to relate to Frank To make my staging ideas for Educating Rita interesting I need to make them entertaining and informative this will keep the audience involved However to make sure that the audience does actually become involved Im going to make it as though they are looking through the window that Rita is always relating to I love this room I love that window This is the first time Rita mentions the book in the play We get her feelings about the window from this however Frank feels different about the window because he says I sometimes get the urge to throw something through it To me this makes the window sound very big with only certain panels that will open It is important that we make our ideas fit in with Russells description of the set and characters If we dont do this it might not fit in with the rest of the play
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