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From Picture Book, Film to the Theatre─The Full Scale of Analysis and Interpretations specifically on the Male Leading Role of The Musical Production〝Turn Left, Turn Right─Love or Regret〞which made by Illustrator Jimmy and the Mr.Wing Theatre Company
Turn Left, Turn Right
Within the world of picture books, which contains a great amount of imagination for every reader to fulfill. Apart from its paintings and written words, the imaginative space can be filled with every individual’s life experience. It is similar to this scenario: one character can be interpreted differently by different actors in their own ways. Through varied interpretations and acting, more viewpoints and discoveries are given to this precise character. If one character can be special to any one of the actors, every picture book is unique to any single reader. In this report paper of interpretation, there are seventh chapters of analysis based on the male-lead character in Mr.Wing Theatre Company’s musical production “Turn Left, Turn Right—Love or Regret” which adapted from the Taiwanese illustrator Jimmy Liao’s picture book. The first chapter describes the research motive and structure. In chapter two, by introducing three medium in original picture book, movie, and theatre, not only analyze the viewpoints, ideas, and imagine space in these works. The third chapter mainly focuses on the script analysis starting with the structure of its original picture book as basis, then compares the structure of same-titled Musical. The forth chapter is male-lead Character’s analysis, which is straightly connected to the main theme of this paper. The fifth chapter concentrates on the primary singing slot of the character and the actor’s interpretation is also addressed in detail. Chapter sixth will be my own character interpretation derived from previous research. The last chapter sums up my research paper.
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