Nutrional Health

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On the 8th October 2015, I saw the production of the ‘Woman in Black’ by Susan hill an adapted by Stephen Mallatratt in the Fortune theatre, London. The play was performed by Tom Godwin who played the ‘actor’ and Christopher Godwin who played ‘Arthur Kipps’. Also the production involved Michael Holt as the set designer, Kevin sleep who was the light designer and Rob Mead as the sound designer. The two main actors were Christopher Godwin and Tom Godwin and also the unknown uncanny Woman in Black.
I presumed the props to be minimalist due to the fact within the play we were watching the actors act out the play itself. I thought this because it would help to create an eerie and dark atmosphere, this would be effective in engaging the audience attention to the actors. True to my expectations, a thrust stage was used, and the props were limited to a chair, a costume rack and a wicker basket. These represented the majority of the props needed throughout the play, including the pony and trap. The simplicity added to the sense of mystery surrounding the plot and made it believe in relation to the text’s time period. I also expected the costume to be rather bland and appropriate to the time period, consisting of long black overcoats, pocket watch, suave attire and hats, the reason I think this, is due to the fact the costume has to blend in with the surroundings to set the atmosphere of the play it also helps create the feeling they are acting within the time period and make it more realistic for the audience. I expected the stage to be small and to be minimalistic, I think this because it would create suspense and get the audience anticipated during the play, and also due to the fact the play is small it gets the audience more fearful as they have a close proximity to the stage. I expected the lighting to be dim and hazy to also create suspense mainly when the woman in…...

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