A response to Pride and Prejudice play

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A response to the play Pride and prejudice, the description is attached.

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Response Paper: Pride & Prejudice (Due October 27) You will attend a performance of Pride and Prejudice at Towson’s Theatre Department. Please attach the ticket or playbill from the night you attended. It will be handed in in person, no late papers will be accepted. Please reply to the following: 1. Identify the given circumstances surrounding a character in three separate scenes. 2. Describe how the actor made you aware of these circumstances both physically and vocally during these chosen scenes. Was their interpretation of how to react to the given circumstances appropriate? Were their movements and speech clear? Were there any moments that were unclear? 3. Identify four separate instances in which you would have used one of Stanislavski’s principles. Include all four. Please keep any synopsis of the show to a minimum and use only when needing to further explain your commentary. The response should be two-four pages, MLA format. Please take note that spelling and grammar will be assessed. Please attach with a staple or paper clip (no folding). ...
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Pride and Prejudice Play
Elizabeth is the second daughter of the Bennets and the protagonist in the play. At one
point, she visits Charlotte who is married to Mr. Collins, and are both neighbors to Darcy’s aunt,
Lady Catherine de Bourgh (Austen). When Darcy hears of her presence, he goes to meet her, and
proposes to her. However, Elizabeth refuses him on basis of his arrogance, and further scolds
him for driving away Bingley away from Jane, not to mention disinheriting Wickam.
The character made me aware of this scene mostly by her words which referenced this
circumstance. Moreover, her reaction and physical movements showed that she was resistant and
angry at the character Darcy. Additionally, their reaction to the circumstance complemented their
physical appearance, and therefore appropriate for the scene. Also notable was how their
movements and speech were clear and thus making the play worth watching.
While visiting Charlotte and meeting Darcy, she learns that Wickam lied to h...

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