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    Social media has become a major news source over the course of the last few years. Due to its accessibility and transparency, Americans have begun a fresh conversation about current race relations and equality. Earlier this year, the issue of diversity in entertainment came to the forefront with the hashtag: #OscarsSoWhite. This pointed out the imbalance of recognition of the works of white actors and actors of color. Contrarily, with the booming popularity of Hamilton in the theater world, the Tony’s were celebrated for their diversity with the hashtag: #TonysSoDiverse. Theater has always strived to reflect the world we live in and to comment on social issues. In this way it can often be more telling of who we are as a people than Hollywood…

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    Love, Laughs, and Deception On November 19, 2015 at 8 o’clock in the evening I attended the play Much Ado About Nothing, inside of the Little Theatre at San Francisco State University (SFSU). I was able to purchase tickets online through a link from my theatre professor, there was a discounted student fee, which was $10 per ticket. I bought two tickets which was a total of $20, because my mom attended the play with me. We sat in the center of the theatre in row E, seat 110 and 111, it was…

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    Saturday Night Live, what might they examine on their screen? A viewer would be watching a comedy show with primarily young white men, some white women, and very few African Americans. There is a problem with the low levels of diversity within Saturday Night Live, otherwise called SNL. Since the show’s beginning, Saturday Night Live has had a very long history with not displaying actors from a variety of races and backgrounds. I, Hannah Rabitoy, head writer for SNL, am writing to the executive…

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    There also needs to be contact between the actors and the audience, since people are not safe in this environment from being pointed out and asked questions. It’s important for the comedians at Woodham’s to feel comfortable to talk to the audience, even if the audience doesn’t feel the same way. This performance will be an immersive performance. My plan is to create a performance in a closed room. There is one corner of the room which would have a spotlight and a microphone. The rest of the…

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    Demolishing Everything

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    production was fantastical because of the cast cohesion, the non-linear plot structure, the variety of set choices including the scale of them, and the range of technology used throughout it. As a theatre student, however, much of this was a learning experience to watch the puppeteers, looking for the production characteristics of the piece: how are they creating a mesmerizing show? The cast of Demolishing Everything was what made the piece come alive. Every puppeteer was steady, calm, and…

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    The world is always evolving in every aspect, whether it be technology or people, there is no denying it. However, the film industry moves at a much slower pace that it seems frozen in time. Everyone is much more open minded now than in the past. For instance, Tattoos were considered rebellious but now considered as body art. Society has learned to adapt with the times and gained the ability to accept everyone for who they are. Whereas, the film industry continues to judge people according to…

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    Gossip Girl Play Analysis

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    2007-2012) is a drama television series about a group of fictional wealthy teenagers living on the Upper East Side in New York City. It is based off of a book series by Cecily Von Ziegesar. Though the characters all attend the same prep school, the show mostly focuses on what they do in their non-academic lives. The drama portrayed in this series is more extreme than other comparable teen drama shows, such as The O.C or 90210. This is due to the controversial topics that are included in each…

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    Sugarland Analysis

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    Sugarland, written by Rachael Coopes with Wayne Blair, performed by the Australian Theatre for Young People, was open for viewing at the Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of Western Australia, on the 27th and 28th of May 2016, starting from 7:30pm until 9:00pm. It was directed by Fraser Cornfield and David Page, the costume design was by Ruby Langton-Batty, the set design was by Jacob Nash, the lighting design was by Juz McGuire, the sound design was by Guy Webster, and the overall…

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    Anna Wong

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    Year 1928 and 1929 were important years for Los Angeles born Chinese actress Anna May Wong. News reports about her Hollywood movies were decreased, instead, according to an American gossip columnist visiting Europe during Wong’s tenure, she was “acclaimed by nobility” in several European newspapers (Petersen, 2014). Severely limited by the noxious roles she was offered in Hollywood, which misrepresented Asian women, Wong left United States to Europe (Vechten, 2003). She then spent two years in…

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    Stereotypes In Ocean's 11

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    Ocean’s Eleven is one of the most popular heist Hollywood blockbusters. The movie is a remake of Lewis Milestone's film in 1960 which was also calls Ocean’s Eleven starring Frank Sinatra. Steven Soderbergh did a great job as a director in keeping the audience interested throughout the whole movie time. Although the story is quite original and non-trivial Soderbergh’s idea to combine different genres was successful. The film demonstrates its large-scale approval from an outstanding combination…

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