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Issued: June 2, 2016
Drama students perform exam pieces

5A - Paige Holmes
8A - Ayomide Erinle CLICK HERE
15A - (left to right) Paige Holmes, Laura McAuley, Ayomide Erinle and Alexandra Searle CLICK HERE
16A - (left to right) Alexandra Searle, Laura McAuley, Ayomide Erinle and Paige Holmes CLICK HERE

Year 12 Drama students at The Boswells School, Chelmsford, have performed their final exam pieces to an audience of peers and parents - and the external examiner.

Each student had to perform a monologue that they had edited and directed along with a group piece where they all took on the role of patients within ‘4.48 Psychosis’ by Sarah Kane.

The monologues included a speech from the Landlady, from ‘Two’ by Jim Cartwright, about a car accident that killed her son.
Another was a young girl’s monologue to her male friend about a recent rejection due to her facial scars, from ‘Dogface’, by Kellie Powell.  

The interpretation of the group text, ‘4.48 Psychosis’, was that all four girls were the same person; a patient with multiple psychological issues which was portrayed through movement sequences and dialogue.

The performers also multi-rolled as the ‘doctors’ who were portrayed as figments of the patients' mind.

The girls' performances counted for 60 per cent of the AS course.
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