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In the 2016-2017 school year, Chadwick School's theater department produced two adaptations of the book, one featuring an all female cast, the other, like the original text, featuring an all male cast. (See below their video trailers for each cast.) Why did it remain essential to the story that the casts be kept single sex? Would all moments play the same from cast to cast, or might certain events be adapted differently? To what implications? What stands out from this contemparay treatment of the early 20h century source material?
A portion of this video explains Freud's Ego, Superego, and Id, which is a theory readers often apply to their readings of Lord of the Flies.