I would defiantly want to see this on stage. November 3, at 4: November 8, at 2: The tension in Norm and Ahmed is maintained at a relatively high level from the first word up until the last few seconds where the tension peaks. I would stage this on a simple, plain, traditional stage I think the simplicity of the surroundings would add to the tension being created on stage. I also love how it touches on massive problems in society such as racism. Especially the ones at the beginning with just Norm onstage, the symbols and representations portrayed here are so amazing!
Tension is created in the most part by the differences between the two characters. What did Ahmed do to deserve this act of violence? The dialogue between the characters create tension from the word go! I was lucky as we had a dedicated literacy teacher who gave all subjects structure scaffolds. About heathdennelly Drama teacher from Australia. There would also be a clock in the background on stage right.
November 5, at 1: I would stage this on a simple, plain, traditional stage I think the simplicity of the surroundings would add to the tension being created on stage. Also what i thought was really cool was rssay it ran for an hour like it did during the play, which for me gave it a sence of realism. What did Ahmed do to deserve this act of violence?
What happens to Norm? Why Norm felt the need to be so violent towards Abd Throughout the play tension slowly builds with the points of contact created by Norm to Ahmed.
Staging choices and ‘The Removalists’ | Year 12 Drama
I would defiantly want to see this on stage. That is the main question that was left in my mind after both readings of the text. reovalists
I would have everything generally in centre stage closer to the front. My initial question was why Norm wanted to converse with Ahmed in the first place? The setting and the time tbe night plays a huge aspect.
Norm and Ahmed by Alex Buzo First Impressions… | mrdennellydrama
I really love Alex Buzo decisions on the twp stereotypes of the characters Norm and Ahmed which contrast really well with one another. I like how the two characters of the play contrast with each other.
Responses due by the 11th Nov Make sure you include your name. I believe the tension is created throughout every aspect of the play. November 13, at 1: Snd ending really hit me and left me so surprised! Most of the drama texts aren’t very interesting- I know most of mine weren’t, you really just have to make sure you include some good techniques with your esswy workshop examples and you should do fine.
I like the play.
Year 12 Drama
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: View all posts by heathdennelly. Props and set would also be kept to a minimum, as I think the impact of the words being said have far more meaning and impact then material objects placed on the stage. I loved reading this as an insight of Australian history and the society in the s through theatre which is a new experience for me.
What provoked Norm to be so violent and brutal? The dialogue between the characters create tension from the word go!
Especially the ones at the beginning with just Norm onstage, the symbols and representations portrayed here are so amazing! The staging would be very simple.
Alex Buzo was very creative with how everything in the play interrelates. Add Thread to del. I believe the highest tension is created when Norm offers Ahmed a cigarette and a lighter. October 31, at The time now is 6: The bus stop would be on stage left and the bin would be on stage right with a lamp post in the middle of them both.
Throughout the play tension slowly builds with initial points of contact created by Norm to Ahmed for example when Norm first meets Ahmed.