As we present ourselves in various situations, we are much like actors putting on performances for their audience, for example we revise our behaviours to suit or situation in the sense that we act differently when surrounded by friends as opposed to in the presence of authoritative and respectable figures. The way in which Goffman explains how people present themselves in society is with the metaphor of a theatrical performance shaped by environment and audience, constructed to provide others with "impressions" that are consonant with the desired goals of the actor (Goffman 1959, 17). A dramaturgic constructs the story and then plays the part using structure, metaphors and symbolic gestures to portray the story and the character they represent to the audience. It is important to note that an actor is also an audience to the audience, the actor can gauge the audience 's reaction to his performance and adjust it
However, He believes that she may leave him and not act loyal towards him. All these are the what creates a barrier in both Othello and Fences ;In Othello Iago understands that insecurity that prevent him from fully interacting with the world. Troy is almost the same, He has an emotional barrier that exist within him that prevent him from fully interacting or placing his trust in this world and The people that lives in it. All this prevent him from forming good relationships at work. Troy cannot trust Rose, even though She is the incarnation of a good wife and she doesn't give any reason to be insecure.
The loss of innocence does not limit to the permanent loss of an innate human quality, however; it can also be a physical loss. Tom Robinson is forced to give up on his innocence, but unlike Jean-Louise, he does not manage to adapt to the cruelty of the world and refuses to accept it, naively believing that if he escape it and leave it behind, it will turn untrue. Similarly to Boo Radley, the burden of the reality is too heavy for the characters to carry and they get crushed under its weight. Tom and Arthur embody the nature of innocence, which refuses to let go until the very last moment and is therefore, either murdered or forcefully kept hidden from the public eye. It is from those characters the reader learns that innocence is precious and fragile
The viewers of the play of Ray Bradbury’s, Fahrenheit 451, agreed that the reenactment was very different than what they were expecting, after reading the novel. The play was not the worst thing the audience had seen but it certainly wasn’t the best. For a well known novel that complies censorship, the Fahrenheit 451 play was very unsatisfactory due to its absence of acting skills, unnecessary props and scenes, and erroneous interpretations and plot. The absence of superior acting skills is not something that is wanted out of a play when that is the main component. During this play the actress portraying the character of Clarisse was exceedingly dramatic and too monotone.
The Crucible and 12 Angry Men are two plays with the same theme of justice that is expressed differently throughout each play. From their differing time periods and setting, both plays explore the justice system within society and the role people play within the system. Both 12 Angry Men and The Crucible have similarities, both plays have main characters that are attempting to right wrongs that they see being committed in their respected plays. Once the authors introduced the characters to us they then showed us how they implement the justice system in their plays and the effect it had on the plays societies. The outcome of these stories are different and they express varying effects the justice system can have on society.
Oedipus gets furious in light of the fact that Tiresias wIll not uncover the killer of Laius. It is extremely shrewd to utilize this scene to demonstrate Oedipus' temper since this side of him has not been appeared. In the event that they didn't demonstrate this scene, the group of audience/reader may not trust that Oedipus is equipped for the murder at the crossroads. It's like Tiresias makes Oedipus irate deliberately so the group of audience/reader makes sense of reality without him really saying it. W. J. Verdenius quotes, "Tiresias is at once a traditionalist and an exceedingly clever man."
Psychology says that the person who tries to keep everyone happy often ends up feeling the loneliest. Don Pedro is one of the mysterious characters of the play, Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare, as he does not have a clear motive for any of his actions, like wooing Hero for Claudio, or setting up Benedick and Beatrice. Through meticulous analysis of his character, Don Pedro’s motive for his actions can be perceived as devotion to make others around him ebullient; as he continues to execute his plans for everyone’s happiness, he forgets about his own, making him melancholy at the end of the play. Don Pedro made various plans and actions to create happiness for his friends; first’s being wooing Hero for Claudio. Don Pedro helps
Another fault in why he fails nobody can fight destiny and expect to win. Yet he still tired and failed it was due to his failure to accept fate he ultimately failed at the end. Conclusion, the reasons why Macbeth fails he doesn’t understand his self-worth which led his wife to take advantage of him and influenced him to do actions unspeakable. The wicked witches and apparitions meddling with his fate by revealing his fate knowing about actions toward it. Then fighting destiny was his major fail because it was his failure to accept fate.
According to Vygotsky, he believed that part of the creative process was being aware of one’s and other’s personal experience and how that makes a person feel. Then, when art captures that emotion it does not mean that emotion for the artist will automatically be experienced by all, but everyone internalizes it based on their own personal experiences, feelings and where they are from. Then externalization comes from taking an internalization and making sense of it by taking a look at feelings, thoughts, images, symbols, etc. as they come together to create something. An example I have to represent this is when I was in the process of trying to choreograph my first dance for my senior showcase piece.