040214 COMM3335 Final Piece Idea

040214 COMM3335 Final Piece Idea - production named “Here...

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Stephanie Marie C. Lorenzo April 2, 2014 COMM3335 – Television News Professor Mark D. Golden Final Piece Idea Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos and her relationship with former  Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos has always been a topic of intrigue. It is no  wonder that David Byrne and Fatboy Slim collaborated to make an album full of songs  dedicated to portraying her life growing up as well as how she came to be the first lady of the Philippines. When the album was transposed to a stage production, it was only  scheduled to last through 2013 but was brought back for 2014 on an off-Broadway site.  As a rock musical, this production is fun and energetic as well as interactive, as audience  members are encouraged to dance and move around the room. It is set in a club with most of the audience members standing up beside a raised platform that acts as a stage. This 
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Unformatted text preview: production, named “Here Lies Love”, is not only fun and unique, but also ties back a lot to Philippine history. I have already gotten in touch with one of the original cast members of “Here Lies Love” and he has agreed to speak with me and do an interview after previews around mid-April. I am still reaching out to producers and directors of the production as well as other actors and actresses. At this moment, I’m still trying to put together a storyline on how I would like to present this but I believe that this topic is fun and sexy because not only does it tie back to Philippine history, but it is delivered in a unique way that not many people would expect....
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  • Spring '14
  • SteveR.Knoll
  • Lady Imelda Marcos, Marie C. Lorenzo, Philippine President Ferdinand, Professor Mark D., Final Piece Idea

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