ch.8 Notes - 119 - How does theatre help create identity...

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How does theatre help create identity? Joe’s turner come and gone, the soul shall dance. Teen FANtasies; Hint towards social progress/change. Water by the spoonful – addiction How can theatre be used to create social change? -even entertaining Arthur Miller – Death of a Salesman – Willie loman is a failed sales man , get his two sons pip and happy to buy into the American dream. He is not useful anymore. Pip seems to be a failure and enjoys nature. Doesn’t see value in life. American value > human life. this monetary value Tennessee William – Streetcar Named Desire: Blanch de va vists stella who is married to Stanley lawaski. Young couple and the sister relationship – family disrupts the family. Stnaley assaults sister and she is sent to insane asylum – homo, sex, sexual assault theme. And the Soul Shall Dance (1974) In context Wakako Yamauchi
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