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    Let Live Audience

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    years old. This, in part, is due to our desire of to help eliminate stress in between the major test taking periods. This will allow graduates and undergraduates to experience a night of letting go of their worries and enjoying their time out at a live musical event for a reasonable price. With this intention, a handful of artists have agreed to team up with us to assist in creating the desired effect. We will be mixing genres and sounds in a way to appeal to an overarching audience, but still allowing them to express themselves individually. From soul to rock and pop punk, we will be providing a diverse show with hopes of appealing to a diverse young adult audience and persuade them to attend. Let Go & Let Live will be held at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC, on November 10th , 2017. This will be the first run of our event which will determine if we will continue to hold it and even if we will grow it. In the event that it succeeds, we have plans to partner up with charities, get sponsors, expand our audience and our line up. 2. Mission, Vision, and Values Our mission is to create an event that allows students a break between midterms and finals, giving them an opportunity to relax and express themselves in a loud and upbeat environment. Giving them a chance to break away from their schoolwork and enjoy the music and atmosphere. Our vision is to communicate to our audience that your grades do not define you and to not let them control your life. We hope that students…

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    Savagery and Moral Hypocrisy Much of this current novel 's liveliness originates from the clever way with which Crane combines these topics into a basic, absurdity driven at society. In the initial three chapter , Jimmie battles an rival gang, a part of his own pack and strikes his sister. His father kicks his child and battles with his wife. Maggie drags the distress Tommie down the road to the apartment. her mother who also does violence to her spouse and destroys the furniture and beats…

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    Disillusionment In Maggie

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    Maggie and the American Dream The American dream is a cultural phenomenon among Americans, the belief that you can become better than the situation you were born into. Many people, in real life and fiction, are examples and success stories of this dream. Many other people, however, fall short of reaching their goals. In Maggie, A Girl of the Streets by Stephen Crane, that idea of the disillusionment of the American dream is on full display. Crane shows disillusionment through the setting…

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    Behaviour is how a person can conduct himself or herself. Attitudes and behaviours can both influence each other due to values, beliefs and actions. In the beginning of the film, the students in their second detention showed to have a very negative attitude towards ballroom dancing. This attitude then influenced their behaviour as they refused to ballroom dance. An example of behaviours influencing attitudes is when the students begin to dance, their attitude towards ballroom dancing…

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    9/11 English Drama Script

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    gRACE I guess so. nATE Hmm. So who are you going with? Just the girls? gRACE Yeah...You'll laugh, Kelli suggested I should go with you. nATE Why not? gRACE I've got a boyfriend. nATE So? It doesn't have to be a date. We could just go as friends. gRACE Ok. I guess. nATE Plus, I'm a hell of a dancer. gRACE Really? nATE Latina girlfriend a few years back. She made me learn. Can't really do classic ballroom, but I can salsa like you wouldn't believe. gRACE (laughs) Alright then. Int. Ballroom dance…

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    Scott Hastings is an Australian Ballroom dancer who has dreams of winning the Pan Pacific Grand Prix 5 dance Latin American championship. While he is a great dancer, he has become frustrated with the restrictions placed on the dance steps, which are far removed from The Passionate American dance styles that originally inspired the ballroom steps. The film opens with a dance competition, a montage of shots showing beautiful dance couples taking the floor, this is cut with close up shots of Miss…

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    In the play“Master Harold”...and the boys by Athol Fugard, Sam teaches important life lessons by sharing physical and emotional lessons throughout the story to Willie and Hally, in order to suggest that one can gain the ability to accept others by following a role model. Sam teaches Willie how to Ballroom dance throughout the story, which is an example of Fugard showing Sam as the main teacher for Willie during the play. Sam, a great ballroom dancer, decides to teach his friend Willie the art in…

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    The Castle Film Analysis

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    The Castle (1997), directed by Rob Sitch and Strictly Ballroom (1992), directed by Baz Luhrman both succeed in displaying the idea of Australian dreamers. They both to show that Australia is a land where working hard can make dreams come true. Scott, from Strictly Ballroom, dreams to win the Pan Pacific’s, and more importantly, to dance his own steps. Darryl, The Castle, just wants to keep living his simple life in his house with his family. While both ideals and characters vastly contrast, they…

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    Essay On 1920s Dance

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    were known for many things such as the parties and flappers, but it is truly a decade that changed dance and how it was viewed. At this time people were trying to find outlets from going through the war, and dance was one of these. The Red Scares were prevalent in the 1920s and caused the fear of communism in the United States. This caused a lot of turmoil in the United States as people were on edge about the country getting turned upside down. In 1919 the eighteenth amendment prohibited…

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    Ballroom Dance Observation

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    in the entire room sitting, but I did not care. Nothing was more terrifying than dancing in a public setting. It was not until one of the actual dancers from the Ballroom Dance Club approached me and said, “Do you want to learn?” I found the courage to say, “Yes.” So, she pulled me into a corner of the Great Hall and we began…

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