• How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
    Succeed in Business without Really Trying: Critique Last week I had the opportunity to come see the play with my peers and fellow classmates, “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying”. The play is about a man following the steps of the book “How to succeed in Business…” in hopes of climbing the...
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  • The Removalists Essay - Stereotypes
    societal issues. The inclusion of stereotypes within the play does not hinder the exploration of these issues, but instead deepens the audiences understanding and awareness. Through familiar roles, such as the ‘Oker’ identity, Williamson heightens the play, and allows a production to focus on the themes being...
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  • Out of the Past
    truly gives the viewer the experience that Jeff probably went through upon laying his eyes upon her for the first time. The way the lighting, the dialogue, and the essence of film noir during this point in the film all contribute to the themes of obscurity and ambiguity as the characters show that they...
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  • Crucible
    Kimmelman Hum 102 12/09/10 Polemical Essay 2 Arthur Miller’s- “The Crucible” Depiction Of Realism Through His Writing In his symbolical play, “The Crucible”, Arthur Miller uses a “realist approach” to illustrate the tragedy of the Salem Witch Trials (The Crucible: Language Analysis). Instead...
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  • Drama
    it appears that the poet Thespis developed a new musical form in which he impersonated a single character and engaged a chorus of singer-dancers in dialogue. As the first composer and soloist in this new form, which came to be known as Tragedy, Thespis can be considered both the first dramatist and the...
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  • Multidimensional Dialogues in Harold Pinter’s Old Times
    International Journal in English ISSN 0976-8165 Multidimensional dialogues in Harold Pinter’s Old Times Dr. Dinesh Panwar, Department of English, Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, GZB, India Pinter's dramatic dialogue is based on both the colloquial and a neatly structured manipulation...
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  • Theatre Appreciation
    acting, crewing, and more, work together to create a performance for the audience to enjoy. Directing involves coordinating and unifying the entire play, producing handles all of the legal and financial duties, building and perfecting a production involves the actors to work after rehearsals, as you...
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  • Captin Louie
    Mary Stinson 2 July 2012 Theater 1030-W11 Play Review Captain Louie Captain Louie is the story of a young boy on Halloween night. He escapes into his own imagination as a means of coping with the loneliness he feels when he moves to a new neighborhood. Louie has trouble making...
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  • What is the dramatic function of Alfieri’s character in ‘A View from the Bridge?
    A View from the Bridge’ is a play written by Arthur Miller in 1955. In the 20th century, America’s industry, agriculture, and the economy were growing rapidly. This attracted many immigrants all around the world, many being Sicilians. These immigrants came to America with the thought in their mind that...
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  • Plato: Normative Ethical Theory
    In this section we confine ourselves to the character Socrates in Plato's dialogues, and indeed to only certain ones of the dialogues in which a Socrates character plays a role. In those dialogues in which he plays a major role, Socrates varies considerably between two extremes. On the one hand, there...
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  • Feminism and the Rover
    Theory in The Rover The Rover is a play written by Aphra Behn in 1677 which takes place in Naples during the time of Carnival in the 1650’s. It was a time of the Banish’d Cavaliers which is also the alternate title of the play. In this paper, I will prove that this play is a feminist text as per the definitions...
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  • August Boal
    the “dialogue” between audience and the stage. Boal experimented with many kinds of interactive theatre. His explorations were based on the assumption that dialogue is the common healthy dynamic between all humans, that all human beings desire and are capable of dialogue, and that when dialogue becomes...
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  • Bunraku
    and successful plays, written by Chikamatsu Monzaemon and was first performed 20 June 1703. Chikamatsu began a collaboration with the a brilliant chanter, Takemoto Gidayu I, which enhanced Bunraku's popularity and signifies it's existence to society. The Tayu chanters play a huge role in Bunraku's puppetry...
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  • Analysis of Endgame
    They emphasized humanism over nationalism and how humans were part and responsible to nature, plus "they challenged the idea that God played an active role in the world". So this leads them to the concept or notion that "no person or thing born to specific use" thus they challenged any assumption that point...
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  • Cosi by Louis Nowra Essay
    Cosi is a play written by Louis Nowra in the 1970’s. The comedy is about an inexperienced director, Lewis, who chooses to earn some cash and gain professional experience by working with a group of mental patients in Melbourne and directing a play for them to perform. Although the play is a comedy, there...
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  • Lysistrata in the Mind of Aristophanes
    soon think it to be, I have decided to make the main character of my play a woman. In case my play fails or is never recorded, let it be known that I was the first to create a wholly positive and immortal lead female role. If my play is going to be successful, it must be performed at the yearly festival...
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  • Iceland Play Critique
    The play Iceland was written by a UF student this year. Iceland was a very abstract and different play than I had expected. Overall, I believe the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance put on a great performance of Iceland by all of the actors’ performances were superior and deeply showed...
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  • Analyzing Films
    relevant to the film and must embody the film’s meaning. It is vital to know why the title is chosen to represent the film. Moreover, the credits play an important role in establishing the tone of the film. It is also important to see if there are motifs that are embedded in the credits (“6 Steps to Analyzing...
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  • Media Analysis- Macbeth
    The best part about Shakespeare’s play, Macbeth is that it can be performed, not only read. This version of the film has done exceptionally well in terms of the performance. This film, directed by Rupert Goold is set in the 20th century as opposed to its original setting which took place in Scotland...
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  • Marketing Communication
    communicator's intentions and qualities (ethos) and the communication climate (pathos), both of which are necessary for engaging in constructive dialogues with customers (logos). On this basis, the paper outlines a model for integrating practices of marketing communication with relationship building...
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