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    Methodology The aim of the analysis is to study the effects that late night political comedy has on politics. While these are both different and well-respected programs that provide viewers with a hardheaded and a playful understanding of current affairs, there is a body of a political frame of mind that can be searched and characterized in a style that can be looked at as information and still seem entertaining. The quantitative analysis, which will be in the shape of an online survey, will analyze how late night political humor has the ability influence our perception of politics. The point of the survey will be looking at two different aspects. First, whether or not the survey taker believes to be influenced by late-night television programs. This will be done by asking a series of questions in regards to their relationship of how much political information they know. Second, will focus on questioning the survey taker on whether or not they watch late night TV. By calling for these questions, the theory will be geared towards how late night television is altering our views on political figures. Information that previously acquire, will not be ignored and will put forward as fact. The survey, that was made, will be structured with questions that focus on the understanding of the conjecture and test it to determine any correlation between late night television and politics. Data Analysis The design of the survey was to perform a generalized conception of how late night…

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    Here's some good news - you don't ALWAYS have to read these works to become familiar with them. Check streaming websites to see options for watching productions (Netflix often has high end productions, whereas many amateur shows are uploaded to YouTube). You can also see video of Broadway productions on BroadwayHD (for a fee) and at the New York Public Library Theatre on Film and Tape Archive. There's also a wonderful book about the 1967-68 Broadway Theatrical Season written by William Goldman,…

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    The moment I stepped out of the subway of 42nd Street in Manhattan, I was overwhelmed with a sense of wonder. The kind that let you know everything that there is to see on Broadway, at the same time, reminding you that you have neither the time nor the resources for such adventure. I stood still for a moment, admiring the extraordinary, bright neon signs. I took a deep breath and pulled out my phone in search of the famous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in New York. As the location appeared on my…

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    go a law camp last summer, hoping that would spark my interest. My family believed that I squandering what my ancestors had worked so hard for. They felt that I have the opportunity to do great things and make impacts on society, but instead I chose to dance and sing. However, I feel like me pursing musical theatre is doing all of that and so much more. The feeling that I get onstage is unlike anything I have ever experienced. Part of why I pursue musical theatre is in the joy that performing…

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    Lack of Access to Broadway Broadway shows have never been very accessible to a large number of the population. Ticket prices are high and continue to climb, there is a limited amount of touring shows, and a severe lack of officially recorded content. As we move into a more technology-reliant era, a few of these issues are beginning to get resolved, but there is still more that can be done in order for more people to enjoy Broadway. One of the biggest issues consumers of musical theater have, is…

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    Although Signature Theatre has not yet produced Guys and Dolls, it is one that their company could undoubtedly do in the future. The theatre certainly has the capabilities and facilities necessary to produce a high quality version of this musical. However, this fact, although relevant is not the most important factor in deciding whether or not they would choose to produce the show. The theatre must also have a desire to pick this specific musical out of the hundreds of other choices that exist.…

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    Musical Theatre Essay

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    They should exist as mediators between realism and romanticism - with a mind for both the art and the business of it all. This is unfortunately not the case within the current musical theatre market. Producers of new Broadway musicals have been engaging in pattern-like behaviors as their interests are placed in the immediate monetization of the art, rather than the prosperity and artistry of the genre. This holds true for the rest of the musical theatre world outside of Broadway, as the top-down…

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    Starting cash: $5,000 Saturday Morning: Wow… I slowly turn in circles looking around. All the buildings are huge and there are so many people. I am standing on the corner of W 47th street and Broadway, standing in front of a Starbucks. I should probably find a hotel.. I pull my phone out of my pocket and pull up google maps. I find the Night Time Square right down the road just past 7th Ave is only about $88 a night, so I grip the straps of my backpack and start walking. I walk past the Phantom…

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    Chicago, Mamma Mia!, and Hairspray all premiered in theaters while their counterparts were still on Broadway. There is a reciprocity to these relationships as the marketing prowess of Hollywood gets the name of the productions out to the masses, and a hit Broadway show produces excitement around the film for those far from the stage (“Return of the Hollywood Movie Musical, n.d.). However, the same scenario was true of The Producers so Hollywood cannot rely solely on the Broadway rapport. Another…

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    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 made…

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