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  • Cultural Diversity In Theater

    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 Tony’s were celebrated for their diversity with the hashtag: #TonysSoDiverse. Theater has always strived to reflect the world we live in and to comment on social issues. In this way it can often be more telling of who we are as a people than Hollywood…

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  • Should Television Be More Diversity Essay

    of African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians as well as Hindu 's in the country so television should reflect this amount of races as opposed to mainly Whites. The United States is predominantly White but the amount of African Americans in the country is coming close to the amount of Whites and should be reflected on something we engage in everyday. Moreover,…

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  • Mise-En-Scène In Nicolas Ray's Rebel Without A Cause

    their film and, keep the attention of the audience, as well. While mise-en-scène generally refers to the appearance of a film, it can also be interpreted as the way the actors present their characters and how the audience identifies with their performance. Nicolas Ray’s Rebel Without a Cause is one example of a film that captures the audience’s attention through its mise-en-scène and sheds light on the issues of society at that time.…

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  • Compare And Contrast Film Techniques In Of Mice And Men

    takes place in the 1930’s, which is clearly depicted within the movie, especially how much different society was compared to today. However, the actors did not come up to par with expectations of the novel. Out-of-date film techniques were wisefully used to make key scenes in the film appear more dramatic. In addition, some scenes were accurately portrayed, while some did not fulfill the standards of the book. Although the film techniques were terrific, the lackluster acting performances…

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  • Charlie Sheen Personality Traits

    Carlos Irwin Estevez, also known as Charlie Sheen is a popular American Actor who was born on September 3, 1965 in New York. He was born to Martin Sheen, who was also an actor, and Janet Templeton, who was an artist. He has two brothers whose names are Emilio and Ramon. He also has a sister whose name is Renee. All of them are actors. He first appeared in a movie at his age of 9. The name of the movie was ‘The Execution of Private Slovik’ which was his father’s movie which was in 1974. When he…

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  • Analysis Of The Fault In Our Stars

    Americans love watching movies especially ones that involve romance and comedy. On average Americans spend $2,827 on entertainment alone. “The Fault in Our Stars” would be one of the movies that a lot of Americans either went to the movies to watch or rented the movie. This movie is all about a girl, named Hazel, who has cancer. Her mother makes her go to these meetings for teens with cancer, and that’s where she met Augustus. Augustus and Hazel get the chance to go to Italy and meet their…

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  • Hamilton: Difference Between Broadway And Hollywood Cinema

    Hamilton is the hottest musical to hit broadway in decades. It dominated the Tony awards and is completely sold out in every venue for the foreseeable future. This is an American story told in the American medium of the musical and features a diverse American cast. Hamilton is a nearly all black cast. Founding fathers like Thomas Jefferson and George Washington are played by black actors. These past few years have been celebrated as the best time for minority actors in Broadway history. “Tonys…

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  • St. Jude Commercial Analysis

    Through the beginning of the commercial the actors in the commercial keep saying “give thanks” and then states something that the average child does and gets in trouble for. This makes the audience think that the commercial is just being made to make people remember the little things and to remember that they are lucky. However, the author is only doing this to appeal to the emotion of the audience. The real purpose of this commercial isn’t introduced until the end of the commercial when the…

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  • Docudrama Thirteen Days Analysis

    2: Summarize the plot (story). Where and when did it take place? Who are the main characters? What is the story about? Don’t forget to mention the name of movie, type of movie; director; actors. Please use examples from the movie to support your analysis. “Thirteen Days” is an American historical drama-thriller movie. This movie “Thirteen Days” was directed by Roger Donaldson and written by Ernest R. May and Philip D. Zelikow. The main actors for this movie are Kevin Costner as Kenny…

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  • Robin Williams Character Analysis

    Actor and comedian Robin Williams perform fast paced his improvisational style and Good Will Hunting and Dead Poets Society was known for his performances in films like. Abstract The famous actor and comedian Robin Williams in Chicago, Illinois, July 21, 1951 was born. As a stand-up comedian After developing his improvisational style, Williams has his own television show, Mork and Mindy landed, and the major parts of the film with Robert Altman’s Popeye went. Both comic and dramatic, memorable…

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