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    Steel Band Concert Report

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    On Monday, November 13th, 2017 I attended the Steel Band concert in the Fine Arts Recital Hall directed by Dr. Scott Harris. I formally had never attended a concert of this kind. When I thought of a steel band before I would think of just tubas and trumpets, I never thought it would be a band of Caribbean type steel drums. From the very beginning I was greeted with many interesting details which presently surprised me. Overall Western Kentucky University’s Steel Band concert was a very…

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    The location of the play was at the University of North Texas in the Radio, Television and Film building. Inside of the building there was a black box, and a smaller room to the side, that had a set that perfectly portrayed the time period. The couches and chairs really seemed to fit with the era that the play was set in. Also, to the sides of the set there were large representations of windows that lights shown on throughout the play. Each set of lights depicted a different part of the day to…

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    “Yes!” I wumbled (whisper/ mumbled) to thin air. I had waited in line for a least half an hour waiting to meet an author my friends, Melanie and Emma had introduced me to. Finally, there was only two people in line and one of them was me. Still wumbling I said, “Three, two, one,” silently begging for a meeting with this author I had heard so much about. I couldn’t wait to get my book signed by Adam Gidwitz the author of A Tale Dark And Grim, In A Glass Grimmly, The Grimm Conclusion, and his…

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    After an intermission that was probably only ten minutes but felt like an eternity, the lights at the Fillmore Theater in Miami Beach dimmed and the crowd erupted into deafening cheers and whistles as “The Flood Tour” started. The anticipation for the moment everyone in the audience had been waiting for since they bought their ticket is nearly palpable. Finally, the drummer starts, setting the rhythm, followed by the guitarist and bassist until lastly the vocalist starts singing and the fans…

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    Aida Monologue

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    After intermission, I still didn’t go on, so I hung out backstage with the rest of my cast, minus Radames, Aida, and Amneris because they were on stage singing a song together in three-part harmony. Before the song ended, I waited backstage for Aida. When she got there, we walked in, me walking in front looking all around and being stealthy and Aida walking in after me like a normal person. I turned to the jailer guarding Amonsaro, our queen, and said “A word with the prisoner.” “Alright Mereb,…

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    The theater buzzes with energy and excitement, magic flowing throughout the room for the first time in five years as Eddie Redmayne appears on the silver screen. The crowd roars to life as four men from Baltimore take the stage, a sight I have waited to see so long that it nearly brings me to tears. The world of the Norse Gods springs to life as I join the teenage demigod Magnus Chase on another death-defying adventure. A sea of blue and gold overtakes Rider Stadium on a beautiful June day, and…

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    Beauty and the Beast of Nerves In through the nose; out through the mouth. She chants under her breath between gasps for air. The art of performing has always been an exhilaration to Stacy, and her many years of acting on stage have resulted in much joy and pleasure. There’s only one thing that stands in the way: a bad case of nerves. It’s late October as the leaves begin to dance off trees in cascades of golden crisps. The northern breeze feels delightful against the contrasting beams of sun…

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    Fuddy Meers Analysis

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    Dustin Mosko directed the production of Fuddy Meers, written by David Lindsay-Abaire and performed by the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, which I attended on October 6, 2015 at 7:30 pm. I enjoyed this play and thought the actors did a wonderful job; I loved the set and the costumes did a wonderful job completing the character. The story was somewhat confusing to keep me engaged, but I feel like that was the goal of the playwright. However, I wasn’t satisfied with the ending. In this…

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    set was well put. The actors had plenty of room to move and make their choices, and even the sides of the stage I thought would be left out were used quite a bit and very well. The lighting of the space was also very well executed. The choice to make an almost minimal light plot fit incredibly well with the overall dark theme of the play. The time where it was necessary to have the whole stage lit, it obviously was, however the choice of color they chose to be on the background and sides were…

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    appropriate setting to the audience. Not having an overbearing amount of scenery allowed for the audience to focus on the performers and what was happening. With such a small stage, there wasn’t much space to utilize, but the set designers did a great job of using what they had. Pictures were projected on the wall behind the stage to add to the physical scenery. Although not completely inappropriate, I didn’t think that this was necessary because it was usually clear where each scene was set.…

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