3 Act Structure Breakdown…
Act one: introducing the problem
The main character in this storyboard is a gravedigger (Alfred a.k.a. Alf/Alfie) this character applies for a job at the Museum as a janitor. This is the first time we get introduce to the character (Alfred). After successful applicant he finds himself at the janitor's main office. And this is when we get introduced to the second character. And the janitor describes his job which one of them is to catch this mouse. But trying to catch the mouse is a bit harder than he first assumed. The relationship between (Alfred) and the mouse is a love hate relationship “The mouse” he loves to annoy “Alfred” and “Alfred” hates the mouse in a devilish kind of way.
Act Two: Provide Tension
In act two the audience is presented with a solution to catch the mouse and “Alfred “schemes up a devilish way to catch the mouse with the mousetrap. At night-time “Alfred “lays out some cheese to a mousetrap. But the mouse cunningly takes the cheese without harm. Triggering the mousetrap after the mouse is at a safe distance. With this happening a few more times “Alfred “needs to devise a better mousetrap.
Act Three: Resolve Problem
This is the final attempt to catch the mouse (“Roy” I don't know which way to go with this. I'm thinking of maybe three directions in which this can go).
A massive disaster happens. In the way of when he tries to catch the mouse this causes a massive disaster. Maybe the Museum might be left in ruins. One of the pieces showing in the Museum gets destroyed. Or the Museum crumbles down.
He finally catches the mouse and realises the mistake hes done.
After a catastrophe in the Museum and not catching the mouse “Alfred” befriends the mouse.
This is a story about a gravedigger named “Alfred “who attempts to catch the mouse. With direction one direction to and direction free
This is the story of a man named “Alfred “who attempts to catch the mouse
And a lot of mousetraps.