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  • community arts initial research: superheroes, everyday heros
    • Genre.
      • We will use different styles throughout.
        • This will make it more engaging and enjoyable for the audience. This will mean the audience will be able to gain more from our performance in terms of education.
      • The main genres that we will focus on are commercial and contemporary.
        • I feel these styles will allow us to explore the empowerment and the emotion attached to these topics.
    • Movement.
      • Action and reaction: to show a sense of conflict as people are fighting for their rights, it will also help to build tension.
      • Gestural movements: we researched into gestures linked to black rights and we had two main gestures that are repeated . throughout.
      • Contact work: showing a sense of support, showing how it is a journey of the whole community, the emotions we are trying to portray is something shared. To contrast this we also use contact to show manipulation.
    • Structural ideas.
      • Three clear sections.
        • Black rights.
        • Stereotyping sexuality and gender.
        • Being your own superhero.
    • Story.
      • Exploration of everyday heroes throughout history.
        • Linking to black rights, Martin Luther King Jr.
        • Power imbalance within gender and sexuality, focusing around stereotypes.
      • Three clear sections.
        • Black rights.
        • Stereotyping sexuality and gender.
        • Being your own superhero.
    • Characters.
      • Characters will include literal superheroes such as Black Panther, and Captain Marvel.
      • Key historical figures such as Martin Luther King Jr. will also be explored in our exploration of characters.
      • Each section will have different characters to make the three sections easier to differentiate between.
      • Other characters will include our own individual superheroes that we create for ourselves.

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