The PPP was my absolute favorite in Theatre haha. The stimulus I chose was the Easter Islands, and later on decided to have my PPP be about cannibalism, love, obsession etc. (applied Brecht's Epic Theatre & Artaud's Theatre of Cruelty) Ended with more or less 45 pages, I believe. (The example we got which was also graded a 7 had the same amount of pages.) ANYWAY! I think the trick to acing the PPP, is to just make sure that you present your work as detailed and as vivid as you possibly can. And yes, I'm talking about tons of images of: -mind maps / brainstorming: mention your inspirations, what you find fascinating etc. -character names: you don't have to (lol) but state why, if there ever is any significance / symbolism in the play -costumes: state why you chose that specific colour, texture, size (actually spent time to draw detailed costumes + main props of all the characters in my play) -lighting: give examples of how you would use lighting for any scene in your play and of course, why -stage: what type of stage you would use and why this is the best choice -music/ sound effects: (I included a CD, which contained 15 second snippets of every song I incorporated in my play, explained how this followed for example, Brecht's principles, and why this was relevant and how this would affect the audience.) -places of every character on every scene - LOL I forgot the term used for this-.-.. + Oh I also wrote a short script of a scene from my play - helps them get the feeling of what the play's like Always justify WHY you made every decision you made in your own production; and remember, always refer back to for example in your case, Theatre of Cruelty. How is your interpretation a form of Theatre of Cruelty? How did Artaud's perspectives affect your decisions? When it comes to your pitch, be straight to the point, can't give much of an advice cus I can't remember lol. Maybe I can send you the first n third part of my PPP ...? Oh and don't be afraid to sound like you're in English class (to some extent!), lol it'll help you when you're speaking of symbolisms etc. Just make sure you don't go overboard and start saying things like: "the onomatopoeia used here is vital because blah blah". Be unique! Examiners get tons of PPPs to grade so try to make your work STAND OUT!!! :> ---- Can't really remember much more for now since this was 2 years ago for me, haha. but hope this helps. GOOD LUCK!