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... eating -- act 1- 2, taking the watch off in act 3.
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... puppet 2 and puppet last dialogue 9 visible only to R.)
* imaginary characters for Ros.
2008 -- Character Analysis 1 - 2- 3 [ stages = monologues ]
See the photos @ Theatre UAF official website! 2008 HAMLET (flickr slideshow) R+G are Dead
... a robe (neck tie) around his neck -- slave, dog of Guildenstern, Lucky)
Barrels, garbich (oil) cans ( Beckett )
... Evolution of Rosencrantz (narratives)
Monologue [left] : dramatic composition [ exposition, climax, resolution ]
Emotion -- left, motion -- right margins (write your own stage directions)
... mono page in BIOMX
body > soul > mind? ... instead of body > mind
Rosencrantz is a likeable mutt who can never quite keep up with his Socratic friend: the one thing they share is a keen apprehension of death...
... monologues (Act 2) : death = R's "To Be or Not to Be"
... Do you ever think of yourself as actually dead, lying in a box with a lid on it?
ROS: Nor do I, really.... It's silly to be depressed by it. I mean one thinks of it like being alive in a box, one keeps forgetting to take into account the fact that one is dead ... which should make a difference ... shouldn't it? I mean, you'd never know you were in a box, would you? It would be just like being asleep in a box. Not that I'd like to sleep in a box, mind you, not without any air - you'd wake up dead, for a start and then where would you be? Apart from inside a box. That's the bit I don't like, frankly. That's why I don't think of it....
(GUIL stirs restlessly, pulling his cloak round him.)
Because you'd be helpless, wouldn't you? Stuffed in a box like that, I mean you'd be in there for ever. Even taking into account the fact that you're dead, really ... ask yourself, if I asked you straight off - I'm going to stuff you in this box now, would you rather be alive or dead? Naturally, you'd prefer to be alive. Life in a box is better than no life at all. I expect. You'd have a chance at least. You could lie there thinking - well, at least I'm not dead! In a minute someone's going to bang on the lid and tell me to come out. (Banging on the floor with his fists.) "Hey you, whatsyername! Come out of there!"
GUIL (jumps up savagely): You don't have to flog it to death!
[ analysis for acting2 ]
[ text ] new:
Act 1 --
PUPPET: What si your name?
PUPPET: What's your name?
PUPPET: What is YOUR name?
Ros. I don't know...
act 3 -- before hanging?
Second time -- the same, except for the last line by Ros.
His last song (with women's chorus behind platform)
... red nose, too?
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