All characters in your play must have goals: things they want, need, and desire. Goals are necessary for creating conflict. When your protagonist and your antagonist’s goals are opposed to each other, that’s when you create conflict and tension, and the resulting outcome is the action that drives the play forward. 684 more words
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One of my all-time favorite villains in literature is Iago from Shakespeare’s Othello. He’s out to take down Othello for any number of reasons, but his motivation for doing so is never entirely clear. 596 more words
The choices a character makes in her past combined with the people he has met have a direct impact on the person that we meet at the beginning of your play. 886 more words
Check out this novel street store concept designed to give the homeless a dignified way to choose their clothes from donations.
We often think providing for the less needy simply entails giving them the resources, without much thought for the manner in which they are given the help needed. 38 more words