S: Treasure Island Playbill
BC: Why read Treasure Island? | Looking for a story that leave you thinking in the middle of the night. Well, look no more, Treasure Island is that kind of story. It is filled with suspense, action even terror. This story doesn't just leave wandering; it leaves you in awe.
FC: Treasure Island Playbill Created by: Abhishek Shah
1: About the Author | Robert Louis Stevenson was born on November 13, 1850 and died on December 3, 1894. His nationality is Scottish, and wrote many books including Kidnapped. His source of inspiration was most likely due to his uncle telling him stories about the sea. Robert Louis Stevenson is one the great writers in history.
2: Introduction to Main Conflict | Are you looking for a story filled with suspense, action and terror. Well, Treasure Island has not only that, but many other qualities which make it such a great play.It is about a boy who journeys to Treasure Island. He also meets one of literature's best characters in Long John Silver. They then go to Treasure Island and looked for the cursed treasure!
3: Meet the Main Charcters-Analysis of Jim Hawkins | Jim Hawkins is the narrator of the book and is portrayed as a young boy. He is intelligent, curious and predictable.. At the beginning of the story, he acts like a child, but as the story progresses, he becomes far more than a young child; he becomes a man. During his sea adventure, he shows he is courageous, clever and humorous. Robert Louis Stevenson has created the ultimate character in Jim Hawkins.
4: Analysis of Long John Silver | Long John Silver is the book's most powerful and developed character. His motivation is believable but not unambiguous. He makes the story so brilliant due to his unpredictability. He is much more than one word; he is attractive at turns, frightening at times and often is compelling. Long John Silver is one of literature's greatest characters.
5: Analysis of Dr. Livesey | Dr. Livesey is the doctor in the book and mastermind behind the ingenious rescue. He is the one he started the sea adventure. He is a safe, but efficient man who does not take risks. Jim looks up to him, but does not have a great relationship with him. Jim thinks of him as good, not great or decent not inspirational. Inevitably, Dr. Livesey is the story's most intelligent character.
6: Analysis of Squire Trelawney | Squire Trelawney is Dr. Livesey's most trustworthy friend. He is loyal, calm and intelligent, and he chose the crew for the Hispaniola. He is considered to have the best shot out of the non-mutineers. Dr. Livesey, without a doubt, is the book's most loyal character.
7: Analysis of Ben Gunn | Ben Gunn is a marooned pirate on Treasure Island. He is insane, described by other pirates, because he has lived off of the island's resources. He is one of the very few men left from Cap'n Flints crew. Ben Gunn is probably the story's most insane person.
8: Analysis of Captain Smollett | Captain Smollett is the captain of the Hispaniola. Dr. Livesey admires him and calls him a better man than himself. Captain Smollett is the man with a plan during the sea-trip. It takes a lot for Dr. Livesey to admire somebody, and he has lived up to the respect.
9: Actors and Actresses | Jim Hawkins- Joey Walker Long John Silver-Jack Griffin Squire Trelawney- Jacob James Dr. Livesey- Alex English Ben Gunn- Caleb Thomas Captain Smollett- Ryan Rothenberger
10: Explantaion of Main Characters | Joey is a great Jim because he is shy,yet adventurous. Jack is a great Silver because he is unpredictable. Jacob is a good Trelawney because he is trustworthy. Alex is a good Livesey because he is the man with a plan. Caleb is a good Ben Gunn because he is sometimes insane. Ryan is a great Smollett because he has the 'Swag' of a captain
11: Schedule Of Acts | Act 1 7:00 A.M. Act 2 7:30 A.M. Act 3 8:00 A.M. Intermission 8:30 A.M. Act 4 9:00 A.M. Act 5 9:30 A.M. Act 6 10:00 A.M.
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13: Foods during Intermission | We have Regional Specialities like Mincemeat, Irish stew or Crown Roast Lamb, Puddings etc, Breakfast, Bangers and Mash, Bubble and Squeak, Fish and Chips Sunday Roast, Steaks, Cheese and Sandwiches