Students will write a 2 to 3-page comparative analysis using their one play they taught this year and One Man, Two Guvnors by Richard Bean. Students must lens this analysis through the principles and practice of Suzuki Tadashi. The paper must address the core principles of the Suzuki Technique: (1) To act, one must have a point of view; (2) For acting to begin, one must have an audience; and (3) To sustain acting, an awareness of the invisible body is required. Students must also address Suzuki’s philosophy that “a cultured society is one in which the perception and expressive abilities of its people are cultivated through the use of their innate animal energy.” Your introduction must include a frame of reference, grounds for comparison, and your thesis. You may structure your paper as text-by-text, or point-by-point. You must also link each point in your argument back to your thesis, in addition to using transitional expressions of comparison and contrast and contrastive vocabulary.