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The effect of stage directions on audience

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freddie hiscock

on 15 January 2015

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"they are about twenty-eight to thirty years old, roughly dressed in blue denim work clothes. Stanley carries his bowling jacket and a red-stained package from the butchers."

"He heaves the package at her. She cries out in protest but manages to catch it; then she laughs breathlessly."

"Her husband and his companion have already started back around the corner"

Stanley Kowalski
by Freddie Hiscock
The Effect of Stage Directions
Stage Directions
Blanche's First Impressions
Blanche Dubois
Stanley's First Impressions
First Impressions
Scene 10
Music
Setting
There are numerous sounds in this scene.

barely audible ‗blue piano‘ begins to drum up louder‖

the ―roar of an approaching locomotive‖ reveals Blanche‘s insecurity

The scene ends with the ―hot trumpet and drums of the Four Deuces‖

Scene 10 sounds
Scene 10
'She is daintily dressed in a white suit with a fluffy bodice, necklace and earrings of pearl'.

'She looks at the paper and then at the building, then again at the building and again at the building, her expression is one of shocked disbelief'

"There is something about her uncertain manner, as well as her white clothes which suggest a moth



“begins to play ‘wien, wien, nur de allein”

“The ‘varsouviana’ is filtered into a weird distortion, accompanied by the cries and noises of the jungle”
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