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Unformatted text preview: Charles Sims Theatre Foundations The Man Who Turned into a Stick Writing Assignment #3 In every play there is a story, and every story, to be interesting, there must be conflict. According to ball conflict is what a person yearns for, and the obstacles they must overcome before they are able to obtain it. In the play, The Man Who Turned into a Stick , the most notable conflict is between the man from hell and the hippie boy. The character, the man from hell, wants the stick, but his obstacle is the hippie boy who is not willing to give him the stick. This dramatic conflict goes on throughout almost the whole play, flipping back and forth between the hippie boy speaking to himself, and speaking to hippie girl, all the while being periodically interrupted by the man from hell. This tension is what draws the audience into the play, because it feels that at first the...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course THTR 1019 taught by Professor Brown,joce during the Spring '06 term at Colorado.
- Spring '06