When the narrator came on to sing the lights would change to colours that created an atmosphere that was strange. No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than regular verification using the archive tool instructions below. The atmosphere and mood of the play was created partly by the music and partly by the lighting.
I thought the lighting at the beginning of the play was really good; it started with the gauze down and one light shinning through that had a gobo on that created the effect of a misty day on the stage. If you found an error with any archives or the URLs themselves, you can fix them with this tool.
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When they became older they stopped doing these childish immature things and acted more maturely for example the way they spoke and dressed. The play was very moving and the characters played their parts as they were in real life.
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I think the slow music that went with this scene created a really sad atmosphere but helped to emphasise the current events.
Otherwise it just looks silly. Please take a moment to review my edit. Best regards, -- Ssilvers Now, there is no mention of this on this article, while it lists other actors of main parts.
I think they should have the police on the stage so they can been seen by everyone or have one police person on the balconies with a rifle so people on the dress circle and above could see he was aiming at Mickey. Editors have permission to delete the "External links modified" sections if they want, but see the RfC before doing mass systematic removals.
In all I thought the play had been staged very well the actors used all the space on the stage instead of staying downstage all the time and made very good use of the two different height levels on the stage. I made the following changes: As of February"External links modified" talk page sections are no longer generated or monitored by InternetArchiveBot.
Is there any good reason for that, or is it vandalism? I only added the rest of it after the link as removed for the 10th time or whatever the figure was! It needs to be tightened up, and all the meta stuff should be removed.
How to cite this page Choose cite format: Also when Mickey and Eddy where younger they would do childish things like pick there noses or play in the mud and they could never keep still they were always fidgeting.
Hire Writer In my opinion I thought that the actors that played Mickey and Eddy where the best because, when they where kids they acted like kids they achieved this by the movements they did and the way they put across their lines with the way they spoke and then as they grew up you could see them getting older, the way they acted help to achieve this transformation from child to teenager.
The plot summary is too long and loosely written. Also they were both good at doing Liverpool accents for children and as an adult. Removing that might be a good idea. The different settings and time spans were indicated by lighting changes. If you reinstate the link, please state clearly why you think that link is in accordance with policy, otherwise editors will keep removing it.
In my opinion the actors that played the characters of Mickey and Eddy where very successful at showing the characters growing up. I removed some of the repetition from the beginning of the plot summary, but much more needs to be done.
I think Willy Russell showed us the ending to the play at the beginning so it made us want to know why they had died and how it all came about; therefore the audience would want to watch the whole play to find out what happens.
I can try to write this, soon. The play had very little scene changes so I think this helped the play run a lot more smoothly and each scene was linked very well and in a few scenes this was done with music and singing. I felt this was a good idea because it did want to make me watch the whole play to find out what happens.
If the lights were blue and yellow it created the atmosphere of being outside.
Either examples are needed, or a comment on what about the theme the play examines. I would like to see the plot summary interwoven with references to the songs which describe the moments as in other pages about musicals.I hope this helps.
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