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Transcript of Random
15th March, 2004 Anthony Walker 18
29th July, 2005 Luke Walmsley 14
4th November, 2003
Nth. Somercotes, Lincolnshire.
During a break in lessons at Birkbeck College in North Somercotes, Lincolnshire, Luke Walmsley was fatally stabbed through thFather Paul Bennett 59
14th March 2007as said to harbour ill-feeling towards Stephen Lawrence 18
22nd April, 1993
South East London.
Stephen Lawrence was fatally stabbed in a racist attack in April, 1993...it has taken 18 years for his mother Doreen, father Neville and brother Stuart to finally see some justice. Following the previous Acquittal of Gary Dobson and David Norris being quashed, the successful re-Trial returned Guilty Verdicts for the Murder of Stephen.Luke. On the day of the murder, Luke was walking along the school corridor…he was stabbed in the chest with ‘lock-knife’ to the full length of the 7cm blade Father Paul Bennett 59
14th March 2007 Stephen Keen 54
6th July, 2006
RAF Lyneham, Wilsthire.
Flight Lieutenant Keen was injured at a property in Tidcombe Walk…he had suffered wounds to his neck and throat. He was taken to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, but died later. A statement from the RAF on Tuesday said “the service’s deepest sympathies were extended to family and friends.” Stephen Lawrence 18
22nd April, 1993
South East London.
Stephen Lawrence was fatally stabbed in a racist attack in April, 1993...it has taken 18 years for his mother Doreen, father Neville and brother Stuart to finally see some justice. Following the previous Acquittal of Gary Dobson and David Norris being quashed, the successful re-Trial returned Guilty Verdicts for the Murder of Stephen. Areas and Examples Bibliography Concept Past Performances Royal Court Elephant and Castle Film Directed by Sacha Wares in 2010.
Howard Loxton states “There is no setting for this production beyond the space. In an empty shop sofas, armchairs, pouffés and dining chairs are lined up and grouped around a small empty square and inside the entrance and it is played against the white blinds which cover the windows on which the shadows of those outside are sometimes seen while the sounds of activity outside a reminder that this girl is part of the real world out there.”. (Loxton:2010) 7428 2303 2294 47 66 351 288 Extract Themes and Issues Segregation and crime.
Continuous problem within society. Advertisement We have decided to use this play as an advertisement for knife crime, and therefore we will not use advertising for our performance of 'Random'. We intend to have one main character accompanied by a chorus planted in the audience.
The chorus will represent different types of people.
You can even argue that some elements of this approach are similar to those of Brecht. Directed by Sacha Wares in 2008.
One actress- Nadine Marshall.
Stripped back- just Marshall on stage
"dressed like someone you would see on the streets" (Kelleher:2009). Adapted into film by Channel 4.
Staring Nadine Marshall.
Directed by debbie tucker green.
Feature more than one actor yet still in monologue style. •Naturalistic with non-naturalistic elements.
•Follows our directors intentions.
"If it was some skank little hood rat then that would be alright?" (Green.P.39;2008) Style of Theatre
BBC News. (2004). Schoolboy killer gets life term. Available: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/lincolnshire/3929015.stm. Last accessed 27th Feb 2013.
Knife Crimes.org. (2013). UK Knife Crime Victims. Available: http://www.knifecrimes.org/uk-knife-crime-victims.html. Last accessed 27th Feb 2013
BBC News. (2007). Stab victim was on TV knife show. Available: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/6459265.stm. Last accessed 27th Feb 2013
Recognise the problem so we can compose solution
Regain emotional attachment
The idea that this could happen to anyone at any time
We want people to become for sensitsed to to the subject of knife crime
To create emotional connection and make people see there can be solutions but first have to recognise the problems
Statics- July 08/09 offences involving knifes totaled to 37,830, 7% of all serious violent crimes (Berman;2010)
the text itself
Specific Cases - Location
Become aware of the reality of the situation
Stop distancing ourselves with the situation
Realise this can happen to anyone
Attached to the issue Staging • We intend to put our performance on in knife crime hotspots as a touring production.
Because of this we use a versatile staging.
Programmes - instead of these including information about the actors, it includes information about knife crime.
Memorial style. Random Bring 'Random' onto the streets.
Be viewed publicly by many people
Making it public will reflect the crimes themselves from where they are happening
Address many stories at once.
We want everyone to stop and take something away from what they have seen. Our idea... Royal Court Theatre. (2008). Random Podcast. Available: http://www.royalcourttheatre.com/news/podcasts/random/. Last accessed 28th Feb 2013 Blogspot. (2013). Knife Crime blog - Making society safer. Available: http://knifecrime.blogspot.co.uk/. Last accessed 28th Feb 2013 Street Violence.org. (2013). Street Violence, reporting, warning and witness appeals. Available: https://www.streetviolence.org/. Last accessed 28th Feb 2013 What we want to explore Directors intentions and our influences : Influences for our intentions How are people going to receive it? "very emotionally attached to the people like, I felt like I'd actually met the characters." (podcast : 1:56) Berman, G. (16/3/10). Knife Crime Statistics. Available: http://www.kiyan.org/newsite/wp-content/uploads/snsg-04304.pdf. Last accessed 20th Feb 2013. Loxton, H. (2010). Random. Available: http://www.britishtheatreguide.info/reviews/randomlocal-rev. Last accessed 27th Feb 2013.