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Blood Brothers Assessment We went to view the play, 'Blood Brothers' in the Native Theatre. I expected the drama to be very depressed and emotional, by the reviews that my friends had provided me. The plot of the story is that there are two twins and they're divided at birth. Since the mother has 7 additional kids to care for and is the sole man in the house who earns money, she cannot afford to keep them both. After much persuasion she gives away one to her employer, Mrs Lyons, a girl who's rich but not able to have any kids of her own. The twin who is given away climbs up in a middle class household along with the other twin who's kept grows up into a working class family. They become best friends 'blood brothers' without knowing they are related and the drama ends tragically with the death of both twins. The drama definitely shows us the gaps in their upbringing and status. The point helps to show the difference between their statuses because it separated into 2 halves. The negative on the left (from the audience's left) is that the poorer side, along with the set reveals walls with graffiti on and smaller houses. The ideal side has bigger homes with greenery that are warmer. The audience can tell that the Lyons are of greater standing because the set reveals their house on the right side of the stage, and usually the further right you're the greater your status. After the throw moved the props about it popped up the tempo of the drama since the set kept shifting. This kept the audience interested in this play. They also didn't stop singing or acting simply to move the flames, they did it all at precisely the same time. This made it less noticeable that they moving things.