A Different Scene

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  • Theatre Observation Report

    While the cast moved the scenery in between each scene it was very obvious. The movements were choppy and inefficient. As well as not looking good, there was also unfitting music playing. There was Christmas music that played every transition and the audio quality was very low. The music was fuzzy and muffled. The transitions were a huge distraction and made it hard to enjoy the show. Although there are many things to be worked on in this production, there are also a lot of positives. One of these being the acting. For a community play I was expecting some poor acting but was happily surprised. The actors did a great job and were believable. In the begging of the show there were a few scenes with children and they did an outstanding job. There were no forgotten lines or stumbles throughout the play. Although other things were not great, the acting helped make this play more…

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  • Away From Her And Bear Came Over The Mountain Analysis

    semi-chronological story lines, memories in the story and movie alike give solid glimpses of the past that allow the plot to move forward. One of the most prominent memories, in both the story and the movie, and certainly the clearest of the latter, is the section in which Grant and Fiona go on a walk/ski in a park. The substantial differences between the scene and the passage, range from difference in dialogue to difference in visuals. This section is an excellent example of the drastic…

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  • Lago's Love In Othello

    The characters in the play Othello by Shakespeare depict different attributes from revenge to love. The behavior of Lago is the subject of analysis of the essay. Lago’s attitude towards women and Othello is appalling. He feels an obligation to serve Othello while also accusing him for having an affair with his wife. In Act one, scene three, Lago believes that Othello has slept with his wife. He states; “it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets/ he has done my office” (1.iii.286). Lago is the…

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  • The Importance Of Being Earnest Play Analysis

    and Algernon. The women never looked at their personality, character, work ethic, etc. The last theme that I could distinguish would be that love always wins. At the end of the play John and Algernon are able to marry the women that they truly love. Even though Algernon’s name wasn’t really “Earnest” Gwendolen still forgave him. The Scenic Design helped me understand the time period the play was taking place. The way the room was decorated helped me conclude John and Algernon’s were somewhat…

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  • It Is Not Worth Racing Essay

    the same genre where the protagonist is not always the victor, especially when it comes to film scenes that involve racing. I chose the title, “It is not Worth Giving Up When it Comes to Racing,” because in these movie scenes the protagonist does not win a particular car race. After losing the race they realize that it is not over. They realize that one loss is just the beginning to a great new start in their lives. The film scenes being compared have to follow certain rules. The…

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  • Reflective Essay On Personal Identity

    our own good or self interest, when we understand the basic of ethical principles and guidelines it will assist us in making logical and appropriate decision instead of judging or using your opinion of who we are. Defining health is difficult. We need to consider many other areas when talking about health. I will say health is consider the relation to their values, personality and the lifestyle one lives. Age is individuals views, it’s vary among different age group. A few individuals pay…

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  • Reflection On Senior Practicum

    impressed with Shepherd’s Shelter Ross Rehab. I have learned a lot in six weeks about my agency and I know there is still more to learn as my journey at my agency continues. I did some brainstorming this week about what I want to do my research project on. It’s hard because there are so many different topics to write on especially when it comes to a substance abuse treatment center. I could do…

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  • Heredity And Structural Differences In The Brain

    student. Each student is a different world and need different approaches in the classroom. “As students with ADHD are a very diverse group, there is no one intervention or set of interventions that will improve the classroom functioning of all of these students. It is suggested that classroom modifications be tailored to unique needs” (Brock, S., et al. 2010. P.4). Regarding my own needs of growth to include and successfully teach a student with ADHD, I can say that I would like to work on…

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  • Orlando Narrative

    been interested in drama. I loved going to see plays, where alternate realities would form and come to life onstage, whisking the audience into a different world. It exhilarated me, and I wanted to be a part of it. However, I was not able to get involved in the theater arts until fifth grade, because my too-small-to-even-have-a-hospital community did not offer an acting program. When I was in sixth/seventh grade,my mom found that a new theater arts program had come to Eureka. It was called…

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  • Personal Narrative: Something I Never Expect To See In College

    Her abdominal cavity was cut open, rib cage broken and splayed out so you could see the whole cavity. Her legs and arms were cut again to expose superficial veins, deep veins, arteries, and nerves. The organs were isolated and detached from her body. The heart was enlarged. A normal heart is about the size of a fist and this heart barely fit in two hands. Her lungs were beautiful for the eighty-year-old woman she was. They were still a bright pink with only a few black spots on them from…

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