Paper Topics For Twelfth Night Part 11This is the twelfth part of my paper topics for Twelfth Night, the play that I wrote. The previous ones dealt with the beginnings of the romance, the different people and characters, the wedding itself, and everything after that, where this one will focus on some of the dialogue. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Marriage is always a rather exciting event, both for the bride and groom, and for everyone who are in attendance. When it finally comes, it can be filled with awkwardness, anxiety, and perhaps even some tears. Thus, for the audience watching the play, there is nothing quite like the experience of listening to the words, 'Twelfth Night,' sung by the lovely Rachel Weisz, with the stunning and amazing Audrey Campbell in the lead role.
The excitement starts and ends with the time that has passed between the wedding and the reception. While we see a lot of the different aspects of the wedding through the eyes of a bride and groom, there are other people who have an involvement in this event. The more important person to take note of is the organist, who we have seen throughout the play.
She seems to be a very old friend of Rachel, and something she saw years ago when she was young. This organist, who is of the same profession as Rachel, also plays a part in another wedding that happens earlier in the play. She also seems to be an important figure in the life of John Barleycorn, the barman who makes Rachel's cup of tea.
Most importantly, however, is the fact that she plays a major role in creating certain wedding details. Whether it is writing the invitations, creating a special dessert to serve for the wedding reception, or creating decorations for the wedding itself, she seems to have a hands-on approach with things that happen within the event. We also see her as the one that talks to John as he is getting ready to officiate the wedding. It looks like she is responsible for helping him along the way, and this is the first time we see her perform these duties.
These are just a few examples of how she affects John, but there are many more around her. As we follow the characters, we will see that it is not just the organist who is responsible for the wedding, but several other people. For the audience, it is interesting to see how her influence is felt during this event.
As with the paper topics for Twelfth Night, this is the twelfth part of my paper topics for Twelfth Night. If you want to read more, you can go to my website.