Bolshoi Theatre

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  • Tchaikovsky Themes

    68. Libretto by M.I. Tchaikovsky ( in collaboration with the composer) after A.S. Pushkin , compose January 19 to June 8 1890, ( commissioned by imperial theatres). First performed December 7, 1890 St. Petersburg, Mariinsky theatre, conducted by E.F. Napravnik, my 1 August 1891, Jurgenson. 2-Ballets 1876 Swan lake ballet in four acts, op.20. Libretto by B.V. Begichev l, and V.F.Geltser. Composed Aug 14 1875 to April 10 1876 , commissioned by Imperial theatres, first performed February 20 1877, Moscow. Bolshoi theatre, produced by Reisinger , conducted by S.J. Ryabov, published July 1895, Jurgenson. 1889 Sleeping beauty ballet, three acts, with prologue( five scenes) op.66, Libretto by M.I.Petitpas and I.A.Vsevolozhsky. Composed Dec 1888 to August 16(20) 1889 , commissioned by Imperial theatres, first performance Jan 3 1889, St.Petersburg, Mariinsky theatre, produced by M.I.Petitpas, conducted by Published only the Piano score, (Jurgenson). 1892 Nutcracker Ballet-fairy tale in three act( three scenes) Op 71. Libretto by by M.I.Petitpas, after E.T.A.Hoffman A.Dumas . Composed Feb 22 1891 to March 23 1892 , commissioned by Imperial theatres. First performance Dec.6 1892 St.Petersburg, Mariinsky theatre produced by L.I.Ivanov, conducted by R.E.Drigo. Published Nov 1892…

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  • The Life And Life Of Linda Bove And The Voice

    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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  • A Career In Technical Theater

    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 I…

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  • The House Of Blue Leaves Analysis

    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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  • Analysis Of There Shall Be Fireworks By Simon Day And Martin Bonger

    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

    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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  • Is Art A Fluidity?

    For around 5 years now, my father an I have been saving money in order to finance a 3-month long road trip across the country. Beginning in June, we will be visiting as many states and I will be attending as many company auditions as I possibly can. I have researched companies that hold open auditions and specifically in the summer. My list is constantly growing. Some companies I plan to audition for include: Koresh Dance Company, JChen Project, Repertory Dance Theatre, Contemporary Dance…

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  • Private Peaceful Play Analysis

    On the 18th of September 2014, I went to watch the adapted theatre production of “Private Peaceful” at the Queens theatre, Barnstable. The production that was originally a novel written by Michael Morpurgo but Simon Reade adapted and directed the theatre production. The theatre company was called: Fiery Angel and scamp theatre; the actor for the solo role of ‘Tommo’ and 21 other roles, was characterized by Andy Daniel. He did an exceptionally good job and skilfully brought all the characters to…

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  • Essay On Breaking The Fourth Wall

    How many walls again? Hi, how’s it going? You’ve been reading these papers for a while I’m guessing. How have they been? Good, bad? I would guess a little of column A a little of column B. Well I hope they all go well, especially this one. Anyways, if you haven’t guessed this particular paper is about walls, a specific one though, the fourth one. Yes fourth wall breaks, it’s an interesting concept really, ignoring the format and talking directly to your audience? Well I think so at least.…

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  • Little People Create Social Change

    and send to Gambia. I have done this with an organisation named Gambian project who are in representation of an orphanage In Gambia. I have collected local donations of clothing, toys and books and my Drama help me to pack, the parcels are then sent to Gambia. At present little people make Big change is developing a scheme with the Bodmin community were a small group of children will go into nursing homes and read a book of their choice to the elderly. Each scheme highlights the Consequentially…

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