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    Forward by Tlaloc Rivas deeply moved me while I was reading it. I found the dialogue to be emotionally powerful and the stage directions intriguing. The script affected me so much that I was almost afraid to see it on the stage. Unfortunately, however, I was very underwhelmed by KU’s production of Johanna: Facing Forward. Many of the scenes that moved me in the script fell flat on the stage, due largely to the actors’ lack consistent connection to their character and lack of energy. I saw the…

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    Dracula Dance Critique

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    When the curtains opened there were dancers lined across the back of the stage with tambourines in their hands. As the music started the dancers that were at the back, stayed there and everyone else started walking on stage and mingling together. It was as if they were at a gathering and just talking to each other. After a couple of minutes into this first scene, there happened to be a lot of duets…

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    “Does anyone want to try out for the main role?” asks Deborah Spiegelman. Mrs. Spiegelman is my Hebrew teacher whom I could always depend on. She always makes sure that my class’s needs are met, but at the same time she is strict in order to further our own independence. After an entire year of being in her class, and seeing what she has been accomplishing with us, I felt obligated to try out for the act. But what if I fail, what if I forget all the words, or lose my voice? These thoughts are…

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    but empty sidewalks. Pete Steere had arrived early to make sure he would get a good view of the ever so famous brown leather book. The hall was filling up quickly and he heard the whispers and whimpers of the people arriving and taking seat. On the stage laid a large column with a glass box surrounding the leather book. The security guards watched the book making sure to not take an…

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    The set included four different rooms that overlapped on stage. The placement of certain items, like Chinese take-out boxes and ice cream containers, helped solidify the snapshot quality of the narrative. In addition, the backdrop consisted of a series of scattered white panels that represented the stability of…

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    Intimate apparel can be described as a woman 's struggle during the twentieth century to either accept a role by her husband 's side; happy or not, as he was the breadwinner. Or to become independent and pursue career and life goals which for most women of the time didn 't end well. Intimate Apparel focuses on Esther, a thirty year old African American woman I believe Lynn Nottage wanted to be viewed as strong until her heart became weary for love. I believe this about Esther because, up until…

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    Flume Analyse

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    Flash! Flume walked out onto the stage and up onto his podium. He was like a king and we were his loyal followers. There were beaming panels of light behind him. The music started with a soft beat that grew louder and louder, then began the thumps of the the different music samples; the crowd erupted with cheering. The music sent waves through my body; it had taken control of me like a puppet. The music was my master. A prism of neon coloured lights spun on stage in time to the music,…

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    West Side Story

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    West Side Story is a play that reciprocates the harsh times during World War Two between two races. America was in a war and there were many Puerto Rican immigrants coming to the states in seek of a refuge. In this play there are two sides named the Jets and the Sharks. These two sides represent the Americans and Puerto Ricans during this time. I saw this play with my family on Broadway in 2009 and enjoyed this play. West Side Story is not only filled with action and romance but is also full…

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    This assignment probably taught me more than any other assignment I've ever done. I feel like most written assignments are challenging you to demonstrate what you know, whereas this one challenged you to apply what you think you know and to take away something new from the outcome. I approached this assignment feeling a little lost. I read the poem and became overwhelmed. I understood nothing. I felt the poem had too many possible directions and I struggled to connect and find those key moments…

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    Bennet: A Short Story

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    things only got better. Right before the band announced intermission, they pointed down into the crowd and picked Bennet, Denny, and Trev to come up on the stage for a meet and greet in front of the whole audience. Trying desperately to block out the reoccurring ringing in his ears, Bennet felt himself being lifted off the floor and placed onto the stage beside the frontman of the band, Backroom Jackson…

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