Much ado about nothing – modern adaptation

Much ado about nothing: modern adaptation: As part of journal we had to transform the play much ado about nothing and put it in a modern situation. I chose the good old cliché high school romance. Beatrice in this adaption is an internet obsessed teenager who is crazy about this boy she started talking to,…

Never grow up

When I was little, I use to think that the moon followed my car where ever I went. I use to think that the clouds were like fairy floss and if you got high enough you could walk on them. Or that on Christmas eve, the red lights on aeroplanes was actually Rudolph’s nose in…

Yellow eyes

After the party I felt like I was on top of the world. I had fun with my mates, got a little drunk and even got crowned “King Mason”. It was pretty idiotic if you ask me . I lay on my bed and close my eyes smiling at the thought of my fun night.…

Journal task 1 : Turning

“Aiden, why don’t you understand it? Are you that stupid?” It only took those words to know that everything is over. I’m not going to be able to make it through this without hurting anyone. My body starts to tremble and my hands start to shake. It’s happening; the change is happening. My heart begins…

BREAKING NEWS: Caesar lives on…

Whilst studying the Shakespearean play Julius Caesar I noticed there were some key themes that are identifiable in today’s society. There are examples of betrayal, manipulation, jealousy, greed, revenge and political conflict just to name a few. These are common threads in Julius Caesar which occur in our current society. I see most of these…