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week 6

by: KelseyS Notetaker

week 6 THEA-UT 747-001

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lala jamille play
Arab Theatre
Edward Ziter
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by KelseyS Notetaker on Thursday October 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to THEA-UT 747-001 at New York University taught by Edward Ziter in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Arab Theatre in Theatre at New York University.


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Date Created: 10/13/16
10/13 Lala jamille Set in Morocco Walking boundary of fantastic and the realistic All the stories about oppression different ways the characters are oppressed Surreality through stories that are real Lights go out before a moment of flight or a moment of suicide Metaphor of the last moment reminds me of toni morrison’s Song of Solomon To what extent does tradition provide a base for resisting patriarchy, ofc tradition is an extension of patriarchy, but lala has the way it is that makes her feel not a revolutionary figure, she is a healer, provides magic to heal women, critiques patriarchy The setting is the soft roaring of the seashore in the beginning and footsteps on a grassy place only available orally abstract space to realistic space Ito there to fix herself to undo black magic to use magic to fix herself Then lala jamilla starts speculating about why ito has come p.21 Speculations: to rob her, to smuggle merchandise, she is going to smuggle herself into Europe Involved w men they prostitute you either oppressed by a husband or a brother World of urban poverty Sometime in the aftermath or European colonialism First time we see a description of the shack we don’t get a description of the shack until the second scene but it is there in deep darkness in the first scene Reveal of setting later in scene Hollywood film there is a direct reference to western life an alternate way of life Traumatized women are able to jump in and out of their past to recreate their abuse like psychodrama Storytelling device it’s a flashback Western happy to spread consumerism and capitalism but not human rights Instead of running water chose to have a satellite dish


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