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Graphics. First visual connection with the meaning of the play. A representation of Mrs. Wright own prison . Symbolically representing the bird, it also represents the repression and resentment Mrs. Wright felt toward her own life. Graphics.

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graphics
Graphics

First visual connection with the meaning of the play.

A representation of Mrs. Wright own prison. Symbolically representing the bird, it also represents the repression and resentment Mrs. Wright felt toward her own life.

By Jaime Rodriguez

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Graphics

This graphic also represents Mrs. Wright herself. Even though we never see her during the play; we learn enough about who she was and what she had become to compare her to a beautiful flower that banished –died long before she killed her husband.

By Jaime Rodriguez

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Graphics

This rope represents social norms being challenged by females. At the time this play took place; drastic changes were about to occur. At the beginning there was clearly only one side to the story; at the end, it was proved otherwise.

By Jaime Rodriguez

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Songs

In this song the main character takes responsibility for his current situation. If Mrs. Wright was able to kill out of frustration; she could have been able to leave Mr. Wright when she was younger. She accepted –fairly or unfairly the prison that represented being married to Mr. Wright.

My Own Prison

Creed

A court is in session A verdict is in No appeal on the docket today, just my own sin The walls are cold and pale the cage made of steel Screams fill the room alone I drop and kneel Silence now the sound my breath the only motion around Demons cluttering around my face showing no emotion Shackled by my sentence expecting no return Here there is no penance my skin begins to burn (chorus) So I held my head up high hiding hate that burns inside which only fuels there selfish pride We're all held captive out from the sun A sun that shines on only some We the meek are all in one I hear a thunder in the distance see a vision of a cross I feel the pain that was given on that sad day of loss A lion roars in the darkness only he holds the key A light to free me from my burden and grant me life eternally Should have been dead on a Sunday morning banging my head no time for mourning ain't got no time (chorus) I cry out to God seeking only his decision Gabriel stands and confirms I've created my own prison

By Jaime Rodriguez

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Songs

Trapped

I think this songs not only speaks of Mrs. Wright’s unhappiness but also the sense of inconformity you get from the other two females in the play. The crime in question, has to do with her feelings of frustration and dissatisfaction with her situation; to the point where she becomes careless about the consequences of her actions.

1, 2, 1, 2, she's trappedGonna need some help what you think about that?1, 2, 1, 2, she's trappedGonna need some help what you think about that?1, 2, 1, 2, she's what? Gonna need some help what you think about that?1, 2, 1, 2, she's trappedGonna need some helpShe sits in her armchair looking into space (uh huh, uh huh)Looking for a reason, to find her lost placeFeeling a little bit sad (sad), but not really all that bad (uh huh, uh huh)Searching for a dream, a dream that she's never hadShe knows she should get a life (but it ain't that easy) [Shaz, Nat & Nic]Her life's kinda full up (but its all too sleazy) [Shaz, Nat & Nic]She's going out of her mindBut she still can't hide, she can't leave her life, why?Trapped by your life [Nat & Nic]Life that's unavoidable [Mel & Shaz]Just to get by[Nat & Nic]To make it more affordable [Mel & Shaz]Trapped by your life[Nat & Nic]That's unavoidable [Mel & Shaz]Just to get by [Nat & Nic]To make it more affordable [Mel & Shaz]

By Jaime Rodriguez

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Trapped –cont.

Can't afford thatCos her pockets ain't fatShe can't afford thatSo what she's gonna do now?She looks in the mirror - her reflection's someone old (someone old)Seeing days gone by - she don't need to be told [Nat & Mel]Feeling a little bit sad, she cries and packs her bagsRemembering a dream, a dream that she'll never have [Nat & Mel]Where will she go? (but it ain't that easy) [Nat, Shaz & Nic]How long 'til she comes home? (but its all too sleazy) [Nat & Nic]Maybe she'll make itWill she? Or maybe not, what?Trapped by your life [Nat & Nic]Life that's unavoidable [Mel & Shaz]Just to get by[Nat & Nic]To make it more affordable [Mel & Shaz]Trapped by your life[Nat & Nic]That's unavoidable [Mel & Shaz]Just to get by [Nat & Nic]To make it more affordable [Mel & Shaz]

By Jaime Rodriguez

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TriflesCast

By Jaime Rodriguez

javier bardem mr wright
Javier BardemMr. Wright

His appearance in the last film “No Country for Old Men” makes him a perfect fit for Mr. Wright. I think he can look intimidating enough for a female to submit to him.

By Jaime Rodriguez

susan sarandon mrs wright
Susan SarandonMrs. Wright

This actress could represent Mrs. Wright in her present form; and could also take us back to the time when she was beautiful and sophisticated.

By Jaime Rodriguez

dan aykroyd mr hale
Dan AykroydMr. Hale

I would select him to play Mr. Hale. I think he would do great at communicating the insecurities that this character provides in the play. At first he is ready to help get the crime solved but some where in the middle he losses his confidence on what he thinks happened.

By Jaime Rodriguez

jessica tandy mrs hale

She would be a perfect Mrs. Hale. She is older and has proven with his previous work that she can persuade her male counterpart without losing their respect and trust. I think she would do great at influencing Mrs. Peters.

Jessica Tandy

Mrs. Hale

By Jaime Rodriguez

matt damon sheriff
Matt DamonSheriff

This actor has proven himself in a variety of roles. I think he could very well play the young Sheriff –anxious to solve a crime but unsure of all the things to be covered. He would be a good fit because of his age and his capacity to switch from being in total confusion to appearing to be in control.

By Jaime Rodriguez

julia styles mrs peters
Julia StylesMrs. Peters

I think Julia could fit the role of the submissive wife; Mrs. Peters. She would also bring that intellectual, “I can do” attitude that just comes with her presence, something Mrs. Hale is able to see.

By Jaime Rodriguez

danny devito county attorney
Danny DeVitoCounty Attorney

This actor’s mere presence annoys many; something that seems to be part of being the County Attorney. Mr. Henderson’s constant remarks about females and their roles makes this actor a perfect fit.

By Jaime Rodriguez