you were introduced to the five Elements of Theatre (+Liveness), the three Origins of Theatre, the 7 Benefits of Theatre and Aristotle’s Six Elements of Drama.
PROMPT: Talk about each of these separately but also together with regard to THE FLICK. You don’t have to mention every element or origin or benefit, but you should design a thesis statement that will allow you to mention one of two from each. Be sure and site specific examples from The Flick and other things you have been exposed to.
Hints and Thoughts that might be helpful:
What is The Flick about? Start there. NOT what happens in it, but why the author wrote the play – what she was trying to express. Once you have that you might develop a thesis statement that allows you to pull from each of the lists above and discuss how successful or not she was.
Maybe you start with one benefit? Try picking one other than “brings people together” but don’t forget that one. Imagine yourself sitting in a theatre with 500 other people. What if you were the only one that was white? Would that change your “live” experience when Avery finally says what he is feeling? What if you were the only Black person in the theatre? Would that change things?
Maybe you want to pull from the history lectures… What kind of play is this? Realism? Comedy? Drama? See the genre list in your text book.
Maybe you want to compare this play to the others we have read and watched… you could pull a element and compare two plays approach to TEXT, you could pull a element of DRAMA and compare The Flick’s approach to character vs Shakespeare’s, etc.
I don’t want to limit you by giving you a specific question to answer. Create your own. BUT YOU MUST ADDRESS EACH OF THE THE FOUR THINGS LISTED ABOVE. You should have a minimum of Five paragraphs and three pages for this.
Paragraph 1 should include your thesis statement UNDERLINED.
Paragraphs 2-4 should be your supporting paragraphs to the thesis statement. Here you may want to have more paragraphs…
Your final paragraph should wrap things up, conclude your thoughts. It should have a restating of your thesis statement in slightly different words UNDERLINED.
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