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    taught elementary school and her father worked in a sawmill. She is the youngest of three girls. Her sisters’ names are Shanna and Stephanie. She starting singing at the age of 3 and during her childhood, Underwood performed at Robbins Memorial Talent Show and at her local church. She later sang for local events in Checotah, including Old Settler's Day and the Lion's Club (Biography Today, 2007). Regarded as one of the most successful artists in any musical genre, Underwood had a fast impact on…

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    Aside from this routine, I watch snips of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Youtube from time to time. At the beginning of the shows, there’s a period when the hosts start cracking jokes about current events, mostly in politics. Each of the comedians have the standard procedure of bringing in celebrities and having free conversations with them, albeit using scripted questions. Some of the questions asked are actually the same in each of the shows. There’s always a question about a new film…

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    anchor a newscast in Nashville. In 1984 she was a host on “A.M. Chicago” a local T.V. talk show. In 1985 the show got renamed “ The Oprah Winfrey Show”. Winfrey is also an actress. She…

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    raunchy, romantic comedy with an organically funny premise with the idea of the protagonist going in search of her first orgasm. It’s a fun concept. It’s also refreshing to have a female protagonist drive the plot and, in addition, it nice to see a script that focuses on the sexual dysfunction of the central female character rather than on the male counterpart. The topic should resonate with both the female and male adult audience. While Izzy’s goal is to have an orgasm, her inner goal is more…

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    and era nicely come to life and feel authentic. Visual storytelling is well done. There’s some stunning imagery (page 97). The goal is clear and the stakes are high. Given the strengths of the characters and the plot, the script is worthy of strong consideration. The script has a well-defined, three-act structure, and for the most part, the pace works well. There are good setups and payoffs (the gold ring, Jacaranda, and the Knight In Armor egg timer). There’s a solid inciting event when…

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    conflict, and character transformation. The tone is dramatic. The script is driven by the theme of survival. The stakes are extremely high. The script features some really well done action sequences, especially in the first act. With that said, the overall script would benefit from more development in the areas of the structure, the pace, and the tension, as well as further character development. The first act sets the tone for the script and introduces the protagonist Thomas Aiken. The…

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    because it felt almost real. Often when I am stuck looking at something for long periods of time I catch myself daydreaming about something totally different from what’s in front of me but I can say the director succeeded in keeping my attention on the show for the entire time. LaBord 3 The fifth element to theater is theater space. In this particular production it took place on a proscenium stage. “Future Thinking” did not have many changes in scenery so it was very easy to just change a few…

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