C A L I B A N
My Character, by Cameron
I am acting as Caliban in the play. I am short, pink, have four hooves and say "Oink". I am a pig! Caliban is an important part of the play because I am the one who brings the play together. I am really glad that I got the part of Caliban because it is who I really wanted to be!
Josiah Churchill arrived on the Ragged Islands with his fishing gear and a pig. The pig was a source of great interest for the Natives on the island and they spent their first winter together trying to roast the pig on a fire. Josiah rescued the pig each time. We decided that Josiah's pig would be a wonderful character to use as Caliban. In "The Tempest", Caliban is a half-man, half-monster who is the son of the witch Sycorax. Prospero teaches him to speak and makes him work. He is not a happy character and he tries to betray Prospero. Our Caliban starts out as a pig, then becomes half-man, then back to pig again. He is happier as a pig!
My character, by Jessica
My character is important because the narrator keeps the story going. The narrator tells what happens in the story. I am a narrator in the Tempest Tossed. I like being a narrator because I have a loud voice.
My character, by Vanessa
My character is the narrator. Narrators fill in little bits of the story. The narrators are very important because if you missed a bit or didn't get it they would fill you in. I like my character because I don't have to remember a lot of lines. I am glad I will be able to look off the paper. Narrators are the best and I am glad to be one in the play!