Chapter 3 Assignment
I feel that dramatic action can be seen as a plays way of portraying its purpose. It is the
culmination of all the series of events that hopefully have effectively grasped the audiences
attention and pushed the
Chapter 5 Assignment
The two most noticeable difference between Elizabethan drama and French neoclassicism
is the fact that, in Elizabethan drama, most tragedies end in just that, tragedy, as well as there
being a plot accompanied
Chapter 4 Assignment
Roman entertainment differed greatly from Greek entertainment as there was much more
to be considered when looking at how Roman people liked to be entertained. There were many
other forms of entertainment that
Chapter 6 Assignment
During the late 1700s, the views of playwrights began to shift away from neoclassical
values. These romantics viewed Shakespeare as the poetic master who successfully defied
neoclassic parameters and pushed nat
Chapter 2 Assignment
I feel that theatre practitioners do in fact need critics in order to achieve the most success
possible. Critics, whether for good or for bad, I think can be seen kind of like the person grading
a particular pr
Chapter 1 Assignment
I feel that theatre resembles life in such a way as they share very similar characteristics
and parameters. Theatre holds special traits that also directly apply to the life of any person on
this earth. I can c
15 February 2017
Chapter 1 Assignment
It especially remains art when it tries to delineate life in a reasonable manner. I think one such
late 'average day for' motion picture was 'The Kids Are All Right', coordinated
27 February 2017
Chapter 2 Assignment
Group of onlookers individuals could be considered as commentators too, however, just casually.
Their sentiment isn't distributed anyplace yet is passed around by overhearing peo
When Vertigo premiered, it initially was considered a flop. What themes does Vertigo focus on
and why do you think it has gained a new appreciation?
Society, the media in particular, depict women as objects. Women have been made
How does Michael playing Dorothy change his overall attitude towards life? Give some specific
As he steps into the role of a woman, it can be seen that he is treated much differently than
when he was a man. The men in the
Other than the obvious themes of racism, what other themes does To Kill A Mockingbird focus
on? Give specific examples.
Racism is not the only theme that the movie touches on. Prejudices between social classes and
education are see
Tell me about the significance of the jailhouse scene between Scout and Mr. Cunningham.
The children go there trying to save Atticus and Scout recognizes Mr. Cunningham whose child
is a classmate of Scout. The father, Walter Cunning
What does Institutionalized mean within the context of this film?
For many prisoners, accepting this way of life is difficult at first and they often rebel against it.
However, over time inmates succumb to the near total elimination
At what point in the film represents a turning point for Ethan? What changes him? Give
There was an Indian massacre that kidnapped Ethans nieces and killed Ethans only brothers
family, including his brothers wife whom Etha
Charlie Chaplins films often had a subtle socio-political message to them. What would that
message be in Modern Times? Give specific examples of why.
The United States was in the midst of the Great Depression when Charlie Chaplin cr
If given the opportunity to work in film, which crew position would you most like to work in?
If given the opportunity to work in the industry, my ideal position would be Casting Director.
Casting directors hire actors according to
What do you think is the significance of Schindlers List as a black and white film? Why not
In Schindlers List, the black and white presentation effectively evokes the World War II era
and deepens the impact of the story. By
After looking over the Form and Content powerpoint, please answer the following essay
response. (200 word minimum)
Describe, in detail, the form and content of the factory scene in Modern Times. (Pay specific
attention to how form a
Give me your thoughts on the ending of Casablanca. Why do you think it ended this way?
In the end, many say that Rick chooses virtue over love because he makes Ilsa and Laslow leave.
I believe Rick chose both. He loved Ilsa so much
Submitted by Smith, Ricky (RICKYSMITH) on 9/12/2012 1:38:02 PM
A soccer match (the match itself, not the pre-game and post-game activities) has
A) been influenced by the theatre.
B) not been infl
Submitted by Smith, Ricky (RICKYSMITH) on 9/21/2012 7:31:03 PM
The usual starting point for a theatre production is the
B) director's concept.
D) None of these answers is cor
Submitted by Smith, Ricky (RICKYSMITH) on 9/22/2012 1:50:07 PM
In _, once the characters set out along a particular path, there is no turning back and no
way to avoid the final outcome.
Adagio mean at ease or leisure. In dancing it has two meanings (1) A series of exercises
following the centre of practice, consisting of a succession of slow and graceful movements
which may be simple or the most complex
Allegro Brisk, lively.
Which lighting instrument has a step lens and gives off a softer
2. Par Can
4. Fresnel 100%
A list of occasions that a particular lights will perform in a play
Which of the following is an example of a full length play accor
1. a play with
two or more
2. a one act 0%
3. a one
A serious pl