Mystery Play

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How did your group create the idea for your play? Can you explain the steps you used? Did you incorporate every idea? Why or why not?

Our idea was given to us, which was a mystery play, all we had to do was work around that, which lead us into talking about funny character names and detective movies, which gave us an idea of how it’s suppose to look like. We had a planning sheet that shows that what happens in scene 1 to scene 5, each scene it gave us an idea of what it’s suppose to look like, (e.g. scene 2, introduce the characters and exposition), we used that to help us and also my group generally talking about their perspective of a mystery play about what it should like. My group used many ideas as possible to make our play a little bit
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The second thing I would want them to improve on will be the blackout in the end of scene one, where they were taking a dead body in an ambulance, which did not need a blackout because they were taking it in an ambulance, and not the dead character getting up and going off the stage. The third thing I would want them to improve on will be the reaction on seeing Trent dead, should be a bit better reaction, rather than a calm one.

What mark do you think you earned on this performance? Analyze and evaluate your performance as a proof to your decision.

I feel like I got 70 at best, because of remembering my dialogues, I did not make much of an impact except being the murderer in the play. My character could have been bigger the reason is because we forgot to do the transition where I am suppose to hide the body.That would show more dept of Milly Bays, but to be fair I most likely got a 65% on the

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