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    the way we watch movies in comfort and for leisure has changed drastically. My favorite movie theaters are Paragon Theaters in Newport News, VA and AMC Theaters in Hampton, VA. “AMC, which is the nation 's second-largest…

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    AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. In the last century, there have been many forms of entertainment that dazzled and gained people’s attention. As time goes on, viewing leisure has evolved to paying an admission to a once-in-a-lifetime performance to visiting a theater anytime someone wanted to escape the day-to-day pressures for a couple of hours. Fortunately, there was a man in the Midwest who fashioned such an establishment for the populace to relax their minds and have their imaginations come…

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    Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead are two critically acclaimed shows that are aired on the TV Network, AMC. Breaking Bad is set in New Mexico, Albuquerque. This show follows the story of a man named Walter White; who becomes diagnosed with cancer, and decides to become partners in cooking meth with former student, Jessie Pinkman. The Walking Dead is set initially in King County, Georgia; revolves around the main character, Rick Grimes, in a zombie apocalypse aftermath. Despite the fact both of…

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    powerful ideas and messages. This does not mean that everyone can’t learn from or simply enjoy the experience of diving into the universe of Breaking Bad. It just means that it is especially important for you to explore this path and give it a chance because you have the capacity to attain even more from this venture. The first step to taking this journey is attaining the necessary material. Breaking Bad was made for the television. The series is an exhilarating ride which grows even more…

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    Pushing Daisies and Hannibal are captivating, critically acclaimed shows that were cancelled too soon. These two shows were directed by Bryan Fuller, thus, Pushing Daisies and Hannibal have several similarities but they stand out on their own by the way they portray their themes. The similarities and differences can be seen within the characters, genres and how they illustrate death. In Pushing Daisies, Ned “the pie maker” has a unique ability that allows him to bring the dead back to life. His…

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    From Performing in plays around the world with the National Theatre of the Deaf to sharing a screen with characters such as Oscar the Grouch, Bert, Ernie, and Cookie Monster, Linda Bove has become an inspiration to many Deaf actors and actresses. Born into a Deaf family November 30, 1945, Bove began her education at St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf in the Bronx, New York. From there she continued her education at the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf in Trenton, New Jersey graduating later…

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    Although technical theatre is not my cup of tea, I did enjoy learning about some of the things. That is why I am choosing to talk about my two favorite things we discussed this semester: scenic painting and drafting. The first, scenic painting is the one I had the most experience with coming into. To find employment opportunities dealing with scenic painting I went to google and typed in “jobs that require scenic painting.” Surprisingly, I found more than I would have thought. On indeed.com I…

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    the chairs both looked hideous, which fit into the 60s atmosphere. The only thing that I did not think looked good were the lights on the walls of the living room. I thought that they all looked too modern. I really did enjoy the wallpaper that was a very light blue with leaves on it. It was a constant reminder to the audience that the play was titled, The House of Blue Leaves. Otherwise, I think that the Theatre classes did a great job setting them up. Lighting always plays a huge role in…

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    In this reading I will be looking at the show “There shall be fireworks” written by Simon Day and Martin Bonger, produced by the Plasticine Men and performed by Martin Bonger. The specific performance to which I am referring was at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter on 29th September 2016. This performance is a one-man show where the actor, Martin Bonger is narrating a story to the audience. It is a dramatic production, there is a set, music, the performer has a costume and yet it also clearly…

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    Et Teffeh Play Analysis

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    On September 7th, Indiana University Cinemas presented an Algerian play called “Et’teffeh” (means “Apples”). This is a popular play in Algeria, which successfully revealed the traditional culture and tradition of Algeria. Only three actors played the whole play, however actors are all experienced, which made the content more interesting. Istijman, the organization that takes the responsibilities of this play, is a small experimental theater organization that wants to spread the culture of…

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