50 Piyush Kumar NLUD

Topics: George Bernard Shaw Pages: 8 (2293 words) Published: April 21, 2015
THE SILVER BOX

SUBMITTED TO: Dr. PRASANNANSHU
NAME: Piyush Kumar 50
B.A., LL.B. (Hons.),
1st Year, 2nd Semester

2013
NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, DELHI

Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ............................................................................................................ 1 MY EXPERIENCE:.................................................................................................................... 2 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND ................................................................................... 3 DESCRIPTION............................................................................................................................... 3 WHY I UNDERTOOK THIS STUDY: ..................................................................................... 4 BACKGROUND AND LITERATURE REVIEW: ................................................................... 4 METHODOLOGY ......................................................................................................................... 5 CONCLUSION ............................................................................................................................... 6

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I would start my acknowledgements by extending my heartiest thanks to all who worked hard on interpreting the play by John Galsworthy English and writing the dialogs in plain English which made this play even more interesting. I would love to thank all the characters who toiled for long hours to bring the characters of this acclaimed and applauded play almost alive on stage. Our main characters John Barthwick played by Saral who did a wonderful job by making it closer to life and almost brought the character of a wealthy Liberal M.P to life. Another main character Jack Barthwick son of John Barthwick played by Anirudh who portrayed the unruly and clamorous son of the Barthwicks in a very detailed manner. Yet another prime character Mrs. Barthwick wife of Mr. Bartwick played by Saniya was appreciated by everyone, she could not have justified more with the role of a mother and wife portrayed by her. Thanking Aarushi for portraying the pretty Unknown Lady and bringing the Unknown Lady to life with such prettiness was a job superbly well done. Siddharth who played the Magistrate perfectly delivered a biased judgment against Jones as written by Galsworthy in 1906. Umakant could not have been a better jobless friend who steals from his own friend and then fights with a policeman, although Jones was compelled to to do all this because of his financial conditions Umakant’s portrayal of a drinking friends and thief was perfect. I would also like to specially mention Hardik’s portrayal of Marlow the manservant of the Barthwick house, his antiques onstage not boosted the comedy quotient of the play but also to an extent condensed the nervousness of other characters. Appreciating and thanking other characters such as Roper, Snow, Mrs. Jones, Wheeler and Clerk along with Police-officers who gave in their 100% in portraying their characters with all zeal and enthusiasm. I would also like to mention the backstage volunteers like make-up artists, stage managers, music and lighting managers who gave many people helped in shaping and staging of the play. But all of this would not have been possible without the support of many people some of whom I would like to thank personally in this section. First of all I would like thank our learned professor Dr. PRASANNANSHU, it was his support and inspiration that used to keep our spirits up and excited. It was his fosterness and backing which made this play possible. He helped us through permissions, costumes ideas, theme and other obstacles. As we all are aware of the fact that these plays were practiced and staged successfully in a very short span of time it

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was Dr. PRASANNANSHU who supported and kept our spirits high assuring us all the time by telling us that we could do it. On the other hand many...
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