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[THTR 245] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (22 pages long!)


Department
Theatre
Course Code
THTR 245
Professor
Mary Vingoe
Study Guide
Final

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THTR 245
FINAL EXAM
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Thursday, January 7, 2016
THTR 224
Glace Bay Miners’ Museum
1. Why does Margaret start a museum
-act of sanity or gone crazy
-coping with the loss of loved ones
-positive reaction
-to remind people those who sacrifice in the mines
-state of shock
-memory of shock
2. What happens in the final scene
-getting jars ready
-big or small
3. How does grandpa communicate
-writing on notebook/bang slippers on table/nod/lifting soup cans
-writing on history & history repeats itself
-symbolic for the workers’ inability to speak out to protect their rights
Protagonist
Margaret
keeping her family safe
Antagonist
Catherine
her pov is no point of trying/can’t win
represent opposing view
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Thursday, January 7, 2016
-begins in the museum
-shifting in reality
-in the cafe and meets Neil
-Diner scene
-M has a bad reputation, snot nose whore
-N is handsome, foreign, buff, plays the pipe
-contrast, dramatic
-Gambling
-you have a chance of wining
-but not in the mines
-Houses
-Catherine lives in shacks (worse off)
-Other miners in company houses (company owns everything, houses, foods, etc)
-Rebel
-C’s husband is a rebel
-Neil is a rebel
-history repeating
-Grandpa vs Neil
-Neil plays pipe
-Grandpa is happy
-Act 1 creates this happy and safe
-Neil is gonna writer Margaret’s song about her brother
-persuade her to move on and forget about her brother
-song is a metaphor of freeing them from the pass
-Neil vs Ian
-Neil stands up for Margaret
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