Directors in the 21st century are more concerned with images than words in performance.

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Directors in the 21st century are more concerned with images than words in performance.
1 DIscuss the above statement to demonstrate your understanding of the play you have seen in peformance in relation to original performance conditions.
1.1 The Banquet
1.1.1 Jamie Lloyd: Witches lines given to Macbeth - add an impact or reflect the characters state of mind
1.2 The Doctor
1.2.1 Jamie Lloyd: Restrited by wheelchair in movement/technically accurate - supports the narrative by focusing on his words
1.3 Audience Persepective
1.3.1 Jamie Lloyd: A form of entertainment - use of the visual to enhance the text
1.3.2 O.P.C: Use of imagination with a focus on the words
1.3.2.1 Audience was surrounding the stage on different levels - dialogue was neccesary to understand the play
1.4 Costumes
1.4.1 Jamie Lloyd: Atmopsheric - corresponding to the directors concept
1.4.2 O.P.C.: Standard for every play
1.5 Reviews
1.5.1 Jamie Lloyd: Critical of the visiral elements of the production
1.6 Language
1.6.1 O.P.C.: Understanding of the language
1.6.2 Jamie Lloyd: Difficult to comprehend for a modern audience - imagesuppoirts the text in understanding
1.7 Directors Notes
1.7.1 "The world has to spring specifically from the text."
1.8 Porter's Monologue
1.8.1 O.P.C: Engaging with the audience
1.8.2 Jamie Lloyd: Technically acurate/engaging with the audience/a women
1.9 Malcolm's Converstaion
1.9.1 Jamie Lloyd: Plot significant, not reliant on image
1.10 Opening with the Witches
1.10.1 Jamie Lloyd: Special effects and makes - compromised the dialogue
1.10.2 O.P.C.: Poetic dialogue - enhance the supernatural elements
1.11 Lady Macbeth Sleepwalking
1.11.1 Jamie Lloyd: The image of her bloody hands compliments her final soliloquy and madness

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