Queens Girl in the World uses multiple climatic aspects such as the the introduction of the plot which tends to begin later in the story. The plot, Jackie navigates the life of a preteen in New York during the 1960s. This plot begins late in Jackie’s life since her story begins 12 years prior which is when she was born but begins at the most present moment in the play which is the now. Although all of the characters are being depicted through one phenomenal actress, the characters are limited to her parents, Perespone and her family, and the friends she makes along the way. As well as the scenes and locales are fairly limited all of the scenes take place on a geographic scale in New York, and on Erickson Street or Manhattan at her private school. This shown the privileges of a small set reaffirms the focus and tightness of the story.
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...arie Tenorio. And the Sound Designer David Lamont Wilson. Who along with everyone else worked to make the production possible. Secondly is immediacy which as I discussed earlier there was definitly a group mind that this show was addressed to. Thirdly is Ephermerality which even though it was 1962 it didn’t feel like a very different time or place there was always a sense of an everlasting present. The lifelikeness and pretense is one of the largest strenghts of this production because weve all been jackie and have been on the journey into adulthood. And last objectivity where unless stated I don’t know the motivation behind why her friends Grandfather did what he did, or why her friend never introduced himself on the phone. Queens Girl in the World is a unbelievable production and captures these things and many more of the things we’ve learned so far in this class.
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