Our second scene was a transition of the two boys holding hands into them running around, pretending to be planes. We used this to our advantage as we decided it would be a perfect opportunity to show the gradual change of the two protagonist’s character development. Whilst we are running around making “NEEEEOWN, VROOOOOM!” sounds as we amuse ourselves (both in role and out) pretending to be planes, we progressively brought in sounds of gunfire and ammunition. This showed a change within seconds, but we decided it worked more effectively at this pace as it showed how much of a change they have undergone. The use of gun sounds also and the rolling around on the floor laughing, due to the fact that we have just been shot down, shows an excessive amount of foreshadowing that helps people with a strong understanding of the text (such as Timothy and I) to see the negativity of their change before it gets too depressing. This shows the contrast in comedy and tragedy, because the beginning of this scene is extremely light hearted and happy, but as soon as we changed to guns, an almost sadistic ambience on stage was created.
To contrast this flash of bleakness that this scene showed, we then went on to show the two boys running at each other after both going to watch “Nymphomaniac Nights” in the cinema. This is effective as we both ran at each other straight after doing the gun scene and suddenly Mickey shouts, “TITS!” and Eddie confirming what they had both seen by repeating “TITS!” once more. Heads then swivel round to face the audience, the characters interacted with the audience at this point using their eyes for literally a few seconds and then they both shouted simultaneously “TITS, TITS, TITS!” This reminds the audience of the children’s