Part of the series Macmillan Drama Studio.
A large cast of outlandish characters combines with quite subtle treatment of a serious theme to present an excellent piece for performance and drama study' SCAN Vol 26, No 3
'Mirror, mirror on the wall...' what is it like not to trust your own reflection?
This thought-provoking play tackles the sensitive issue of eating disorders in a theatrically dynamic way. It invites audiences into the topsy-turvy world of a circus where everything is smoke and mirrors and nothing is as it seems. The play is full of strong visual images and powerful dialogue, as well as moments of comedy. It incorporates a wide range of performance, dance and music styles - from clowning to soliloquies, from ballet to belly dancing and from pop to tribal drumming.
The Macmillan Drama Studio series presents original Australian play scripts that will challenge, confront and inspire middle- and senior-secondary Drama and English students.
Key features of the series:
• full-length, contemporary plays
• large ensemble casts
• easy-to-stage scripts with production notes
• suggested activities for Drama and English
• playwright interviews and biographical notes
• ideal for school performances, drama workshops or class study.
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12,|
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