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    To examine the evolution of stage management, we must first examine how the term came about, and other terms for the stage managers predecessors. Then we can begin to look into how the role has evolved over time into the present craft students are being taught on technical production courses in theatre in different locations around the world. To begin, we must investigate the term of ‘stage management’. As we look back into history, we can see that people who were what we know today as stage managers, did not have that title, however they performed a similar function in the theatre. In the 1800s we can see that stage management would have been two roles; actor-manager, someone who was usually an actor, but also managed the company and props…

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    A discretionary trust is where the trustee is given the discretion to select, from amongst a specified class of beneficiaries, who will benefit under the trust and often to what extent . Comparably, a fiduciary mere power enables trustees to act as they choose to do so, imposing no obligation or discretion, to distribute property . In Re Gulbenkian , Lord Upjohn stated to ratify a fiduciary mere power the “is or is not” test would apply. Likewise, Lord Wilberforce in McPhail v Doulton…

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    This is intended to be an express trust so three certainties will apply here. Wigston Football Club is an unincorporated association similar to the Horley Town Football Club . There is certainty of intention to create a trust, as the words are imperative leaving no room for doubts. The subject matter happens to be £25,000 and a separate £10,000, each to be used by the club for different purposes. The issue arises with the certainty of objects. Non-charitable trusts are likely to be void unless…

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    Bleak House is written by Charles Dickens in 1852. Written over a two-year period in twenty instilments. Dickens uses Bleak House to describe his dislike of the Court of Chancery and the effects on characters from different backgrounds. In his first installment Dickens introduce two narrators to describe the Jarndyce and Jarndyce court case. Dickens views the Chancery Court as a pointless part of the legal system. Looking at point of view, dictions styles, imagery and symbolism Dickens…

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    process is an extensive one but doing a show and looking out to the audience is a bigger reward than anything else. Acting is all about feeling and psychological abilities, acting does take it’s toll, if you don’t know how to differentiate from the character and yourself. I am going to be focusing on a specific actor in this paper and that…

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    That was when I decided I wanted to be an actor. Of course then I needed to do some research to figure out how to do that and truly that’s what lead up to me doing this project. The reason I decided to research how to become an equity actor was that so I could become one if I was ever driven or skilled enough to do so. So truthfully this project was something that I needed to do and I said why not do it for a grade if I’m going to do all this work. The thing about theatre and being an actor that…

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    Social media has become a major news source over the course of the last few years. Due to its accessibility and transparency, Americans have begun a fresh conversation about current race relations and equality. Earlier this year, the issue of diversity in entertainment came to the forefront with the hashtag: #OscarsSoWhite. This pointed out the imbalance of recognition of the works of white actors and actors of color. Contrarily, with the booming popularity of Hamilton in the theater world, the…

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    PART A JOB DESCRIPTION / DUTIES DESCRIPTION An actor interprets the work of a writer, they convey a situation and/or character to an audience through the use of movement, speech and body language. They are usually under the instruction of a director. An actor is also required to learn their lines and be able to embody their character and situation enough to improvise when needed. Work varies from live performances, soap operas, radio work, television, advertising and film DUTIES The main…

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    Companies that adopt celebrity endorsement advertisement expect that such attraction and present qualities can be easily transferred to their products and services via macro activities. This is supported by Oyeniyi (2014)’s view that the reputation, attractiveness and pleasant qualities go a long way in enhancing and maintaining the attention of the customers on the products and services that they are associated with. Such association has the effect of increasing the brand recall and brand…

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    service it provides. In a traditional approach of brand loyalty usage is studied through frequencies of purchasing, the legitimacy and utility of needs. The behavioural perspective on this concept needs an interdisciplinary approach. The relation of brand with its customers surpasses marketing and psychological theories. It arouses emotional state of unicity, trust, loyalty, so one must love a brand in order to become a lovemark. That means it is endowed with emotion - this is the ingredient of…

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