Discuss questions one and two.

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Hi! Please write an essay minimum of 1500 words. Research the play called “Green Bird by Carlo Gozzi” and write the essay using the following guidelines. Make sure to mention the actors name and their role. I will provide it here. Make sure to back up statements of opinion or observations with two or three descriptive examples drawn from the show to illustrate what lead you to your conclusions. This is a reaction paper!
The three main questions to consider are:
1. What was the playwright trying to say about life?
a.What universal questions or themes are raised? (i.e. Who am I? Why are we
here?)
b. What universal human needs drive the behavior of the characters and cause
conflict and rising action?
c. What is the central conflict?
d. What is the main action? (What is the main character trying to do?)
2. What impact does the play have on you and your life?
a. How does the play affect you emotionally? Intellectually? Philosophically?
b. What does it make you experience that you might not have experienced?
c. Did it reinforce the way you already think? Feel? Act? Behave? Believe? Conduct
your life?
d. Did it change the way you think? Feel? Act? Behave? Believe? Conduct your life?
ACTORS AND NAMES:
Camon-Zachary Meskauskas
Tartaglia=Alex Perez
Ninetta= Elizabeth Chavez
Pantalonia=Chiara Jacobus
Director=Melvin Huffnagle
Two thirds of the paper should be devoted this final question: Did the playwright’s
collaborative artists and craftspeople help you understand and enjoy the play or
prevent you from doing so?
a. Choose at least four actors. Include their full names and the names of the
characters they played. Evaluate their work using the following questions based
on your observations and opinions:
i. Were the actors believable as the characters they were playing?
ii. Did they speak loud enough and intelligibly enough to be understood?
iii. Did you identify/empathize with one (or more) of the characters?
iv. Did they draw you into the play or were you aware they were “acting?”
b. Evaluate the director’s work: Was the production unified in its vision? Did it flow
seamlessly from one point to the next? Was the casting on point?
c. How did the design elements (Lights, sound, costumes, scenery) affect the
production?
i. Provide your opinions/observations about the success or failure of each
design element listed above.
ii. Back each of those opinions and observations up with at least two
detailed descriptive examples from the production.
Remember these are not “yes/no” questions, but “why or why not” questions. Don’t
waste space/words detailing the plot or the story. About one third of the paper should
discuss questions one and two. Two thirds of the paper should contain detailed,
descriptive examples from the elements of the production that either helped you
understand and enjoy the play or got in the way of your understanding and enjoyment
and why or why not

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