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  • Creative and Media: Level 2 Higher Diploma Unit 2: Performance Level 2 Higher Diploma Creative and MediaUnit 1: Scene 2.2.5 Aims of a performance Student Book pp 60–67 Devised performances Consider the aims of a devised performance piece of your choice, answering the questions below. What is the theme of the piece? There are a variety of themes such as friendship laughter and lost the whole performance is based on loads of feeling and emotions and presented in comedy. Why did we choose the theme? (E.g. what was it about the theme that excited and/or inspired us?) We chose the theme comedy mime because it was a different take on performance also because it was a form of performance that wasn’t really taken seriously and by showcasing and organizing a performance on mime we could make it a memorable and a unique performance from our class. Who is it for? (E.g. family audience, teenagers, pre-school children.) Our target audience is family and teenagers, as we will be performing in school. The performance targets every one basically because the drama piece is based on comedy and everyone likes comedy. What do we want our piece to do? (E.g. shock, amuse, educate.) Our performance wants to make the audience amused and make them laugh and enjoy the show. I would also like for the audience to see mime as an interesting form of performance so people see this as a serious form of drama. And not just street performers with face paint. What style(s) of performance will we use? (E.g. naturalism, musical theatre.) We will be using musical theatre because there is no dialogue in mime so we will only be focussing on music and the lighting to create a atmosphere and a clear understanding of the piece. What are the dramatic possibilities of the piece? (E.g. for plot and character development, staging.) At the beginning of the performance we had a scene where we had to mime us all shattering a glass with a huge log and we added music with this to create a sudden and shocking atmosphere. © Pearson Education Ltd 2008. Copying permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free. 1
  • Unit 1: Scene Creative and Media: Level 2 Higher Diploma Unit 1: Scene Diploma Level 2  Information Technology 2 © Pearson Education Ltd 2008. Copying permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free.