Rabit Proof Fence

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  • voices uses a small range of tones
  • voice is deep for a woman
  • barren land
  • hawk is spirit bird to the natives
  • clothing is similar to a potato sack
  • long sleeves shirts with buttons
  • skirts for girls
  • shades of dust
  • warm temperatures
  • aboriginals are barefoot
  • calligraphy
  • white people are dressed properly and conducting official business
  • male speaks disconnectedly
  • woman follows his orders without question
  • white man works at the store
  • woman and children fun from the police
  • cries
  • open mouths
  • eldest woman hits her head with a rock
  • proper
  • projector used
  • woman wear hats with ribbons
  • “in spite of himself, the native must be helped”
Emotional Visual Oral Behavioral Brutal Suit and tie Crying Children taken Traumatic Hats with ribbons Howling Mother attempts to keep them Controlling Projector Annuciated spit Presentation before a room Black and white images on the screen “In spite of himself, the native must be helped” Pressed clothes Dust Shades of brown


Catching Up

I have missed the majority of the last two weeks of class and with that all of the lessons and assignments.  Now I’m finding I’m a bit behind and confused in class.

I still plan to study Brecht theater using the play Mother Courage and Her Children.  Link to Wikipedia Page Although I do not have the play.  Jane,  do you have a copy?

Also just recently I found out that I will be John  Arscott in the play Our Country’s Good.  At first, I was a bit upset and disappointed about this casting choice. I did not want to play a man. Although after reading his lines I’m beginning to really like the character. In a strange way I think he is a man who is easy to connect to. He uses the same phrases multiple times. He says “There’s no escape!” and “Sir, if you please” repeatedly.