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Attraction Shadow Theater



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Simon: Hello.
Attraction Shadow Theater: Hello.
Simon: You are . . .?
Attraction Shadow Theater: We are Attraction Black Light and Shadow Theater.
Simon: And where are you from?
Attraction Shadow Theater: From Hungary.
Simon: Okay. Well, welcome. Why have you decided to enter Britain’s Got Talent?
Attraction Shadow Theater: We would like to be well-known in the world.
Simon: Yes.
Attraction Shadow Theater: And Britain’s Got Talent is the biggest talent show in the world.
Simon: Alright, good luck.

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We’re the Attraction Shadow Theater Company from Hungary.
Ant and Dec: What do you do?
Attraction Shadow Theater: We have a rehearsal room in Hungary, in Budapest, a small place, it’s a small room. We rehearse every night and every day and every night.

It’s an emotional story because it’s is a love story. And a true story.

Performing on Britain’s got talent is the top of my life.

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Simon: Wow. That was quite something. Let me go to Amanda.
Amanda: My goodness. I actually can’t speak. I found that so . . . so emotional — and touching. It was amazing.
Alesha: That was so beautiful. You just drew me in completely. It was fantastic. I loved it.
Simon: David.
David: I thought it was absolutely faultless.
Simon: You guys, I just wanted to say, thank you actually for coming over to enter this competition. And it is one of the best acts I have seen in terms of originality — and it was very touching.
Okay, David, yes or no?
David: Of course guys, it’s a yes.
Alesha: It’s a yes for me.
Amanda: Yes; absolutely yes.
Simon: Attraction. You have four yeses. Congratulations.

Simon: I mean we’ve just never seen anything like this before.
Amanda: Nothing. I mean it really got me. I think something like this could win.

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1. The group is British. True or false?

2. Why didn’t they enter Hungary’s Got Talent?

3. They practice only on weekends. Is this right or wrong?

4. Could the audience see their performance, directly?

5. Was their performance a story? What was their performance about?

6. The judges and audience loved their act. Is this correct or incorrect?

7. How did the judge describe their act?


A. Did you find their act or performance very touching, moving and emotional?

B. Was it also political? Was there a message?

C. Have you seen shadow theater performances?

D. I attend concerts, theaters, operas or shows. Always, usually, often, sometimes, occasionally, rarely or never?

E. What might happen to the Attraction Theater Company?

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