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Spoonface Steinberg by Lee Hall Plan Intro- Play is written in first person, monologue, why its a strange choice for centre character to have a handicap, how folks see others with disabilities within our society. Paragraph 1- Creation of Spoonface, like of opera music (that which it symbolises to her) Her amounts Paragraph 2- Situations Spoonface is placed in- has cancer and autism, parents are dividing, and her mother is an alcoholic. Why Hall does that and how it makes us feel. Paragraph 3- Folks across Spoonface and how they react to Spoonface- Mother turns into alcohol, Father runs off with a younger girl, Mrs Spud telling Spoonface she is special, How each of these relationships make us sense. Paragraph 4- Spoonface and the concentration camps- the way that Spoonface feels about them, why Hall contains this advice, Why we feel sympathy towards Spoonface at the time. Paragraph 5- Spoonface and death- the way that she figures out that the meaning of life, relationship with God, why Hall will all of this. Paragraph 6- Film version of play along with my own production of a section from the play. How the film and my version differed from the initial version and why, What certain things in the film version were meant to symbolise. Conclusion - What Lee Hall wants to make us comprehend, why he chose that way to do it. How Hall really makes a sympathetic connection between Spoonface and the crowd. The play Spoonface Steinberg is written in first person and in a flow of consciousness. This is the fact that it sounds like it's written from a person's mind once the person thinks of it. The play is a monologue and Hall chooses a very unusual character to be the primary character in this type of play. Hall.