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  • Wedding Reception Night Analysis

    Glimpse Of Your Important Day Must Be Dazzled With The Best Music Band Playing On The Night Wedding day comes with a plethora of responsibilities, including what you wear, where you organize, and how you organize, and the similarity between all these responsibilities is that you never get time to enjoy during it. But there is a day when you have both time and mood to enjoy which you should seldom let go. Yeah! Wedding Reception Night! A night fully dedicated to enjoying the start of a new…

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  • It's A Wonderful Life Play Analysis

    On December 7th, at 7:30pm, I attended It’s A Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Play. Illinois State University’s adaptation of this classic film took place in the Center for the Performing Arts. The actors took the stage as members of a 1940s radio show, playing a multitude of characters depicted in the original film. Although vastly different from the cinema version, this adaptation was very successful due to the congruous 1940s costumes, the use of varied voices to portray numerous characters, and…

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  • Commentary On The Play Grounded

    struggle to keep her identity as a fighter pilot while still being a loving mother and wife. The show was held in the basement of the Longstreet Theatre in a small, dark room. There was one actress on stage, but it was obvious that the production involved several other people to pull it all together back stage. The show was designed so that the audience could see the actress playing the Pilot, a single chair, and a variety of projections on the draped ceiling. The elements of the set, although…

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  • Group Roles

    ignored. Some members will be happy to start moving through task-related issues, but some will try to stay in the comfort and ease of the forming stage. The severity of conflicts will depend on the organisation’s culture. Members may look to implement rules and clarify their roles to keep conflict at bay (Chimaera Consulting Ltd, 2001). This could well be the stage at which Modern Moa Limited staff fail. At this point more group members will begin to share their ideas and push creative…

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  • Father Comes Home From The Wars Analysis

    This semester, I have seen numerous of productions that were enjoyable and at the same time, shared a common theme towards the end of the play which was there ticket towards freedom. The two productions I thought resemble this includes Father Comes Home from the Wars and the Royale. These two productions had a common connection of racism moments when they were trying to reach freedom. The main character in each of the productions had a difficult time stepping out of their comfort zones due to…

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  • Critical Literacy Model

    represent reality (Morgan, 2009, p. 91). The Lost Thing (2000) also presents a topic that poses the question; can one become lost within a society, and therefore lose our sense of wonder as we grow up? This is very appropriate for Stage 4, as I believe they are at a stage in their own lives where they are developing a sense of self-identity, or as Erikson proposed identity vs identity confusion; a time when adolescents are deciding who they are, and what they believe (Erikson as cited in…

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  • Motivational Interview Case Study

    ones until they are second nature to them. Even though they may have thoughts of returning to their old bad habits, they resist the temptation and stay on track. As you progress through your own stages of change, it can be helpful to re-evaluate your progress in moving up and down through these stages.” (www.cpe.vt.edu, Pg.…

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  • Personal Narrative-Come To Lake Arlington Branch Library

    ready next week to start practicing for the play. We would receive the script in an email later on that week. I went home super excited I was going to be in a play. Waiting anxiously for that email, I thought to myself, “Is this play going to be on stage with a lot of people? Am I going to get the role? What are the roles? What is the play about?” The week seemed to go by extra slow. When I finally received the email, I was just a ball of nerves. The play was going to be about different things.…

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  • Narrative Essay About My Graduation Narrative

    I can see that they feel the excitement that I’m feeling in preparation for the end of my high school career. They seemed to be thinking about everything that was going through my mind on that stage as if they are being reminded of when they were having their graduation and the accomplishment they felt. I felt very connected with my parents at this point and I could see that they felt the same connection with me. When I looked into the crowd I…

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  • Facing Forward Play Analysis

    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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