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The Humour in Educating Rita 'Educating Rita' is a funny drama that was written by Willy Russell in 1979, according to his own life. It's placed in Liverpool and portrays the perseverance of a working course, 26-year-old hairdresser without a qualifications called Susan, or as she's called throughout the play, 'Rita', since she attempts to 'discover herself' by engaging in an English literature class in the Open University. Her lecturer, who is from a more middle class history, Frank, is a little of a unorthodox one; he is frequently found to be drunk and, during one lecture, he's so drunk that he falls from the rostrum in the hallway! This erratic behaviour leads to him being shipped to Australia for two years. In this short article, I am going to talk about how I might guide this play so that I achieve humour for the viewer. There are four major aspects that create the humor in the drama 'Educating Rita': the first of which is the humor of the personality. That can be when a character in the drama is perceived as being funny by the manner in which the character speaks or some characteristic which the character has. When Rita enters Frank's classroom at the first scene, she blurts out: "I'm coming in, are not I? It is that stupid bleedin' grip in the doorway. You wanna get it fixed!" As manager, I'd have the actress playing Rita autumn through the doorway and point towards Frank, like to order him to fix the doorway. The actor playing Frank could have to put on a stern face, looking in disbelief at Rita; in shock at how she entered. Taking into consideration the fact that this is an interview situation, the audience would be shocked, since the language is completely out of the blue and unsuitable for this formal situation. In addition, the very fact that she.