Is the Stage Drama "Away" a Realistic Portrayal of Life?
One does not create a stage drama or any kind of entertainment with the intent of portraying life in a completely realistic manner. In saying this however, there need to be real universal issues within the production to allow an audience to understand and engage with what is happening. These issues need to be displayed with some form of non-realistic element to engage the audience, let them create their own meaning, and ultimately make the issues interesting by being displayed differently to reality. The stage drama Away makes use of non-realistic elements to comment on the issues of conservatism and materialism, which are valid issues in today's society, but if portrayed realistically would be quite monotonous to an audience. Stage dramas are not real, so there is no possible means by which they could realistically portray life. They can only provide non-realistic elements like resolution, character interaction, and stereotypes to make a narrative about real life, leaving the issues open to interpretation.…
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