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Transcript of The Audience
Is there anything that makes us passive whether intended or not?
Image by Tom Mooring
gap or conflict
STAN & ROSA
Their reaction and feeling about the play is totally different.
to go or leave somewhere in a hurry
I scooted off to the theater not to be late for the play that I wrote.
The play was intended to provoke people to think about harmful ideologies which haven’t been recognized.
I feel agitated to wait for my play to be on the stage for the first time.
However my play was bitterly criticized for a convoluted story, so I became melancholy.
I just wanted to escape from all criticism, so I rummaged in my bag for cash to take a taxi.
I thought I was in cul-de-sac and could never write a play again.
I could not deny that nobody was transfixed by my play.
I told my parents sullenly that I would quit my job as an playwright.
It was miserable to see my parents with so many woes because of me.
It seemed that they wanted to think my decision as a prank.
They squinted at my script with reading glasses to read carefully.
They tried to renew my mind by complimenting the script.
They said my play was so groundbreaking that nobody could not understand my intention.
I pretended that I agreed with them reluctantly.
I was so bewildered that I had not the least idea of what to do.
After careful thinking I made up my mind to start all over again, and I told my parents lamely.
My parents said that dichotomy between success and failure would make me weak, so I should ignore those things.
Since that day, I’ve tried to sublimate my intention by tinkering the script.
I believed that nothing is prescribed in the play.
I tussled with my work to make it not banal but thought-provoking.
Now my play which was bitterly criticized became the epitome
of the thought-provoking play.
To cause a particular reaction
or have a particular effect
불러일으키다, 생기게 하다
showing in your behavior that you’re anxious or nervous
동요하고 있는, 흥분한
a deep feeling of sadness that lasts for
a long time
to move things around carelessly while searching for sth.
any situation in which further progress is impossible
궁지, 막다른 길
to be unable to move because sth has all your attention
꼼짝할 수 없는, 매료된
silent and bad-tempered, either on a particular occasion
the troubles and problems that sb has great unhappiness
고난, 비통, 걱정
a trick that is played on sb as a joke
to look at sth with your eyes partly shut in order to see better
눈을 가늘게 뜨고 보다
happening again with increased interest or strength
being or producing something like nothing done or experienced or created before
hesitating before doing sth because you are not sure that it is the right thing to do
making you feel confused because there are too many things to choose or sth is difficult to understand
갈피를 못잡게 하는
in a way that does not sound very confident
the separation that exists between two groups or things that are completely opposite to and different from each other
If you sublimate a strong desire or feeling,
you express it in a way that is socially acceptable.
바람직한 방향으로 돌리다, 승화시키다
to say what should be done or how sth should be done
to struggle or compete with sb/sth, especially in order to get sth.
a perfect example of sth.
LEAH & AARON
STAN & ROSA
CLAIRE & WENDY
a youngish couple
an older couple
bothered & doubtful
S & W
bored & confused
W cry & A comment
among the real audience
get in the show, kicked out
L & A
if famous people in the audience
S & R & C
S adivse R, C's thought
L & A
S & R
C & D
action VS observation
AARON & LEAH
PLAY = LIFE