Gone With The Wind Introduction
Aquila Theatre performs George Orwell’s 1984 adapted by Michael Gene Sullivan. Opportunists are selling copies of George Orwell’s “1984” on Amazon with nonsense on the pages, exploiting a legal quirk echoing the plot of the novel itself. George Orwell’s basic dystopian science fiction novel 1984 offers with a totalitarian future during which speech, privateness and thought is all fully managed by the federal authorities. Additionally it is Winston’s exasperation with this manipulation which spurs on his rebellion to the Get together.
Orwell’s considerations in regards to the abuse of energy, the denial of self, and the eradication of each previous and future proceed to resonate in contemporary discussions of politics and society. Altogether, individuals seen as anti – authorities are arrested, tortured and made to confess their ‘sins’ and forced to love the Large Brother. The authoritarian authorities of Orwell’s Oceania doesn’t merely punish dissent severely—it seeks to make even thinking about dissent impossible.
Set in a dystopian April 1984, nearly 40 years after the tip of the second world battle, and a few years after the so-referred to as Atomic Wars, Winston Smith (John Injury) is a middle-aged man who endures a squalid existence throughout the totalitarian superstate of Oceania underneath the mounted surveillance of the Thought Police. The film’s 1984 is sort of a 12 months arrived at through a time warp, an alternate actuality that looks (more…)