Read Great Leap by Lauren Yee and Identify a ritual in the piece and describe it.

Read Great Leap by Lauren Yee and Identify a ritual in the piece and describe it. Then explain how it is used in the overall structure of the piece. Consider the following: Where in the story does the ritual takes place? What is the “before” state and “after” state? Which characters are involved? (i.e. to whom does this ritual have meaning?) Is it an individual or group ritual? Does it change the direction of the story or the point of view of any of the characters? Is there text involved? Is there music or spectacle involved? please reference the article “a visit to a small planet” by Eleanor Fuchs. You can write from any perspective, it Is an examination of the ritual and how it affects the play.

“The Trojan Women” and “Troy Too” speak for justice.

Prompt:3 to 4 pages. I am interested in hearing your thoughts on how “Blues for Mr. Charlie,” “The Trojan Women” and “Troy Too” speak for justice. And, therefore, I would like you to compare and contrast the three plays. You may follow the suggestions below or choose your own way of writing about the plays. In any case, please make certain to include short quotes from the texts to support your statements.
We might ask: What have you learned about justice from reading these three plays? Compare/contrast the choices made by and the consequences of those choices for Richard Henry and Kassandra orRev. Meridian and Hecuba or Juanita and Andromache or Parnell and Talthybius. (You might find another pair of characters, one from each of the plays, you wish to use for your analysis) Lyle and Menelaus, for instance.
Due date: I would like it done before November 16 Words: doesn’t matter to me as long as it reaches 3-4 pages Format: double spaced, times new roman