Blood Brothers Theatre Evaluation Drama Gcse Student.
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Evaluation of Blood Brothers On 3rd March I went to the Phoenix Theatre in West End to watch a production of one of Willy Russell's greatest plays, Blood Brothers. “Blood Brothers” is set in Liverpool in the early eighties. The play follows the life of two main characters: Eddie Lyons and Mickey Johnstone, who are twins split at birth.
The plot of the musical Blood Brothers by Willy Russell is explored through a mixture of dramatised moments and interviews with some of the key characters. WARNING: Contains some disturbing scenes.
I went to see “Blood Brothers” at the Phoenix Theatre in London on Thursday 9th June, for the matinee, 2:30, performance. The piece of Drama, in my opinion, was very successful, having thoroughly believed the characters and their roles throughout the performance, and left with a satisfied feeling that I had seen a plausible and realistic piece of true, entertaining drama.
Blood Brothers Evaluation Last week we went to the Phoenix Theatre in Leister Square to see Blood Brothers. When we walked into the theatre, I noticed that the proscenium arch stage was slanted which put everything on the stage in perspective. There was no live orchestra, and all the sound travelled.
Blood Brothers Evaluation- Drama. In Drama for the live performance we went to see Blood brothers on 6th February 2012. We went as a class to the evening performance which was at the Sunderland Empire. The play was written by Willy Russell, from Liverpool in 1981. The play is about the differences in social class between a pair of twins that were separated at birth.
The characters in Blood Brothers by Willy Russell are introduced and explored, using short segments of the action and interviews. WARNING: Contains scenes some viewers may find disturbing.