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    Gal Gadot-Versano

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    Gal Gadot-Versano was born April 30, 1995, she is 33 years old. Gadot was born in petah tikva and raised in its neighbouring city of Rosh HaAyin. Her first name in Hebrew means “wave” and her surname means “riverbanks”. She lived a good life were in high school her major was biology and she was good at basketball because of her height, as a teenager her first jobs were babysitting and burger king. As an adult, she studied law and international relations at the ODC Herzliya college. Gal gadot is married to yaron varsano and have 2 children together. Her parents irit, teacher and michael godot, engineer, both her parents were born in israel and they hebraized their surname from “greenstein”. Her father is a sixth-generation israeli. Her maternal grandparents were born in Europe; her grandfather, who was imprisoned in the Auschwitz concentration camp, and survived the holocaust, her grandmother left before the Nazi invasion. Gadot said that she was in a very jewish, israeli family environment. Her ancestry is polish-jewish, austrian-jewish, german-jewish and czech-jewish. She has one young sister named Dana. Gadot, had a major in biology and also studied law and international relations at the IDC Herzliya college. Gad’s career is modeling and pageant. At the age f 18, gad won the 2004 miss israel beauty pegeant and next competed in the miss universe 2004, also had a two-year military service from the age of 20, then studied law. She also led international campaigns as a…

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    school, at least the amount of work and effort I did isn’t much compared to what the lead actors had done. Plus, there’s only five days left until the show. I will endure. I wipe the sweat off of my forehead and with glee; I put my music…

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    Hussmann Swot Analysis

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    department to coordinate the recruitment, retention and development activities (Boxall 2011) of warehouse staff. In addition to a daily communication of the IFOT metric to several stakeholders, which can be used for workforce planning in an ongoing manner as a lagging indicator. 7.2 Hussmann Weaknesses The weaknesses of the current metrics are they are manually collated and open to manipulation, they only provide an overview of what is happening and are not granular enough in detail (Baltzan…

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    Racism In Hollywood

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    Racial Issues In Hollywood Racism in the film industry has caused many minority actors to get very few leading roles in movies. It is true that there are some minority actors’ who have obtained larger leading roles, but many of these roles required that specific race. Sadly today there are still directors who look over a minority’s skilled and talented abilities and cast them based on their ethnicity. All ethnicities have their own stereotypes, but the minorities such as Blacks,…

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    As one can imagine, the costuming and set was a large undertaking for Shrek the Musical, but Tim Hatley was up for the challenge. According to a youtube video done by Shrek the Musical, one of the biggest challenges he had to face was making smooth transitions between scenes because in a movie it’s a lot easier to change sets than compared to a theatrical production. Another aspect Hatley had to consider was that he needed to embrace the world that was created by the movie, but be able to bring…

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    Sebastian Film Analysis

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    and since he is also a writer, he always gave me his honest opinion of my work as I began my attempt to review as many of his films as possible. Every time I did, it drew us closer. We both seemed to genuinely understand the other, and thankfully my fan girl days were practically gone where he was concerned. In addition to Sebastian, I began to gain other friends and followers. I could spend a considerable amount of time detailing how a review of a well-known film caused a leading actor to…

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    For example, there was a scene in the middle of the play called Montage 3. In this scene, characters talked over each other in an attempt to create humor. Although, this just created confusion in the audience because some actors were not heard or the dialogue did not make sense. In addition, there was not a leading antagonist or conflict throughout the play. It was not made clear what the conflict was until towards the ending of the performance. However, I respect that the actors tried the best…

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    The event I attended is The Music Man put on by American River College (Williams, 2015). Not only was the play put on by the actors and actresses, but also three sign language interpreters interpreted the event. Several members of the audience were Deaf. Furthermore, theater and dance viewpoint will be used to analyze The Music Man (Ramey, 2015). In the play The Music Man some elements of Aristotle’s tragedy can be used to look at the play (Ramey and Williams, 2015). The theme of patriotism can…

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    modern interpretation, and the actors talent helped to modernize the show. While some choices took the performance in a strange direction, the connections and relationships between the actors are what kept the show going. Throughout the performance, music was incorporated to help tell the story. The band, furies, comprised of a guitarist, beat boxer, pianist, and singers, took the complex greek language and simplified it into song. While the…

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    it is announced on the posters of the theatre. This is the chief secret of our art” (Stanislavski, 1936). When analyzing Nicolas Cage, it is clear that he provides his own inspiration; yet he does not receive the sort of recognition an actor of his talents might deserve. This leads to Nicolas Cage being one of the most polarizing actors of all time and yet I believe that Cage is perhaps also one of the greatest performers of his generation. My reasons for this are noted in Cage’s two academy…

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