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Thought Provoking Drama Inspires Self-Reflection.

Thought Provoking Drama Inspires Self-Reflection.

Last Friday Level 1, 2 and 3 Drama students went to see a devised piece of theatre called ‘I Love You G’, put on by members of the Massive Theatre Company at Te Pou Theatre in Henderson.

‘I Love You G’ looks quite different to other plays. Three well known New Zealand actors bring their real lives to the stage, returning to the Massive Theatre Company where they first met as teenagers, to explore the va of friendship. They examine ‘what happens when their friendship fractures and they need to work out how to put it back together? When ignoring it stops working, Neil, Beulah and Dom need to work out how to fix their friendship or walk away. Gaming online together isn’t the same as turning up for each other.’ 

This drama reflected how our relationships and communication with each other has changed now we spend so much time on devices. It challenged our students to think about the consequences of this. 

Students have now seen two pieces of live drama and can choose which to write about in the end of year exams.

 


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