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1441 days

 Date: 10/10/15 16:47   in : Theater 

A Tale of Two Cities I ask you to believe that he has a heart that he very, very seldom reveals, and that there are deep wounds in it. My dear, I have seen it bleeding." Charles Dickens uses different stylistic techniques when he writes but the most effective technique is imagery. Al...

 

1441 days

 Date: 10/10/15 12:43   in : Theater 

Brighton Beach Memoirs Brighten Beach Memoirs is a play that is based on a family who is living in Brooklyn, New York and dealing with the trials of being a family in the 1930’s. Throughout the book we are shown the uncertainties in life that the family is forced to live with everyday. ...

 

1441 days

 Date: 10/10/15 10:14   in : Theater 

The Man in a Case In Wendy Wasserstein¡¦s play, ¡§The Man in a Case,¡¨ Varinka is a woman who is defined by her free spirit and love for Byelinkov. She never planned to marry before she met him as no one wanted her like Byelinkov does: ¡§It was just that no man ever looked at me and saw ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 08:21   in : Theater 

Cloudstreet And Epic Theatre Written by Tim Winton, Cloudstreet is a riveting tale of two families in one house fighting to stay alive in their own different ways. This story of human survival highlights the themes of gender and class among many others that introduced the exploration of e...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 07:03   in : Theater 

Tyler Perry You may not know Tyler Perry yet, but you will soon. He is a man who can do it all. The writer, actor and producer of urban gospel plays has just signed a deal with CBS to develop and star in a comedy series targeted for this fall. His trademark role is Madea, who totes a ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 06:04   in : Theater 

Colored Girls This play was originally performed at the Public Theater in New York City in 1982. This video of the play shows the history and struggles of African American women in America. Being brought over here to be slaves for then white America to become slaved and to nanny their chi...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 04:51   in : Theater 

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1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 04:10   in : Theater 

What the Butler Saw Wilmington’s production of “What the Butler Saw” by Joe Orton was a hilarious masterpiece. The Wilmington college drama production group under the direction of Michael G. Bath created an excellent and amusing production of the play. What The Butler Saw, was a comedy ba...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 01:51   in : Theater 

Constantine Stanislavski Constantin Sergeyevich Stanislavski was the founder of the first acting "System." He had the most profound effect on the process of acting than anyone else in the twentieth century and the most influential acting system on stage and screen. He thought that if the ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/10/15 00:20   in : Theater 

The Tempest Freedom, people fight wars for it, some would rather die than live without it, and others claim freedom does not need obtaining because we always had it. Shakespeare, aware of man’s desire for freedom includes this theme in the play, The Tempest. Seeing how hard the character...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 23:36   in : Theater 

Comparing Theatre and Film "Actors, never feel your bodies, make your bodies feel you." This quote comes from one of the most gifted stage and screen actors alive. Kevin Spacey has truly mastered the art of both theatre and film acting, although clearly this is not an easy task. These ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 22:43   in : Theater 

Ballet Before I begin this quest of analysis of myself in the ballet world, I would first like to ask a question. Do you believe that it’s possible for someone to detest themselves so much in a specific genre of dance that they are almost willing to give up completely? I am having serious...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 22:26   in : Theater 

Greek Play To be a writer is no easy task. Writing takes a lot of time and creativity. Even for someone to sit down and write, they never compose a masterpiece right from the start. Yet when you look at the Greek classics, you are mesmerized by the author’s ability to make it look so ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 18:29   in : Theater 

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1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 17:59   in : Theater 

Midterm 1. Heterogeneous people are a group of audience that share different kinds of interests. The Guthrie Theatre is a great example of this cause many different types and genders come to this theatre to indulge in the play. Homogeneous people are a group in which they share the same...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 17:00   in : Theater 

110 in the Shade With all 45 cast members of “110 in the Shade” singing and speaking for 2 hours plus, there are plenty of voices to analyze. Being nearly impossible to examine any chorus member other than myself (and I think my opinion would be biased), this paper will focus in on the ...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 15:42   in : Theater 

Ritual In Daily Life What was the first thing that you did today? As soon as you woke up and gingerly stepped out of bed to face the world, what was the absolute first action you took? Whatever it was, be it going to the bathroom, washing your face, etc., I’m sure it felt familiar and s...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 12:45   in : Theater 

Political Review The debate over Multicultural Education in America has long been called "The Melting Pot" due to the fact that it is made up of a varied mix of races,cultures and ethnicities. As more and more immigrants come to America in searching for a better life, the population natur...

 

1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 11:51   in : Theater 

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1442 days

 Date: 10/09/15 10:02   in : Theater 

Pygmalion Pygmalion, a play written by George Bernard Shaw, is as poignant today as it was when it was written. The two main characters, Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle, demonstrate the major class differences of the play’s period, and the prejudices of society. The actors in the movi...

 

1443 days

 Date: 10/09/15 07:35   in : Theater 

Richard II Today in the United States we live in a country that separates church and state. A few months ago we experienced another presidential election in which United States citizens were aloud to voice their opinions freely. Citizens were able to place their vote on who would becom...

 

1443 days

 Date: 10/09/15 04:41   in : Theater 

Crucible - John Proctor As A Tragic Hero John Proctor as Tragic Hero in the Crucible In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, the small town of Salem is engulfed in hysteria due to the accusations of children that many of the townspeople partook in witchcraft. Among the accused is John...

 

1443 days

 Date: 10/09/15 03:35   in : Theater 

The Wingfield Way Tennessee Williams’ play The Glass Menagerie gives readers a look into a truly dysfunctional family. At first it could seem as if their lives are anything but normal, but Amanda’s “impulse to preserve her single-parent family seems as familiar as the morning...

 

1443 days

 Date: 10/09/15 02:30   in : Theater 

Theatre And Kabuki Japan’s dances and dramas as they are seen today contain 1300 years of continuous uninterrupted history. This prodigious feat of conservation, theatrically speaking, makes Japan an extraordinary and unique country. In all of Asia, where tradition generally is sanctified...

 

1443 days

 Date: 10/09/15 01:55   in : Theater 

Bertolt Brecht Bibliography Bertolt Brecht was born on February 10, 1898 in the medieval city of Augsburg, part of the Bavarian section of the German Empire. He married in 1897, his father was a Catholic and his mother a Protestant. Brecht was their first child. His father worked as Chief...