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    1. I surveyed two people. One of them is my friend named Tao Chen who is a member in the university’s drama club and the other is my uncle who is the manager of the financial department of a company. There are some differences between their groups. The drama club is more of a social group than a secondary group. It is formed for people who love drama and acting to enjoy the activities. The financial department is a secondary group that is formed to accomplish a specific task or goal and it is formed to deal with financial issues in the company. For example, the drama club is relatively informal compared to the financial department. There are more and stricter norms in the financial department than in the dram club. For example, Tao said that…

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    I want to run for drama club treasurer because this past year, I have experienced a lot of great things as a part of this club and I would like that feeling to continue. Being a freshman can be terrifying and I feel as if being a part of this club calmed many of my fears. As a drama club officer, I would make sure that everyone feels welcome and comfortable and that everyone feels like they always have a friend to talk to. I think I am fit for this role because I am a very responsible person. I…

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    When I went to see the international spelling bee I expected what you would of some run down high school version of a play. At my school we didn’t really have a vast drama club so my expectations were sort of low for this piece. It was kind of like when you go to attend a film in theatres you see all of these commercials and then attend the movie to just rewatch the key parts that they already presented to you in the commercial. One does not have this with live theatre I did not know what to…

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    Gossip Girl Play Analysis

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    Gossip Girl (CW, 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…

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    “Sure Thing”: A Thematic Analysis The restaurant, the bar, the baseball game, the club, or the social plateau as a whole are all places one might go with a lurking inclination of meeting that special someone. In the short, single act, two-character, drama “Sure Thing” written by David Ives, one can analyze the plethora of attempts demonstrated by Bill, the single male character to gain the attention of the young girl. Although the play is short in length, one can identify several interesting…

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    Before registering for this course I didn’t think anything about children’s theater. Growing up I was always into sports, I tried every type of sport imaginable. In my town, people were separated by those who played sports and those who were in drama. You would never find someone who did both. So the impact drama can have on a child never even grossed my mind. Now after going to college away from home, and taking this course my opinion on theater has changed greatly. I now believe that adding…

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    of post modern times. They talk about existential crisis in their dramas. In fact, both Beckett and Pinter are associated with absurd movement. The absurd movement describes the meaninglessness and uncertainty of human life. This movement was influenced by existential philosophy of Sartre, Camus and Heidegger. Martin Asslin’s book The Theatre of Absurd is an authentic discussion on the theme of absurdism as presented by post modern dramatists like Beckett, Pinter, Genet, Ionesco, etc. It seems…

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    is Euripides. Nineteen of his plays survived, but he has had fewer victories than the others.(4) Euripides introduced a strange views of Greek myths, by seeing them in new views or judging mythological characters in terms of their human weaknesses.(4) He is extremely influential in modern schools of tragic drama. The Surviving Comedy Playwright Sadly, only one comic authors work survived from ancient times. His name was Aristophanes and was the frequent winner of theater competitions. He first…

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    written in this topic to properly utilise drama elements. After editing and improving, final script emerged. After several practices it was recorded using some of the drama elements and a few props like books and photos were used. Windows movie maker was used to edit the movie effectively. The short film ‘The Gift’ was chosen for viewing for ‘Arts responding’ aspect of the assessment. The drama brought tears and had a very important message for everyone. ‘Being rich is not about how much you…

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    Essay On Greek Theater

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    Greek Theater Greek drama is said to have its roots from Athenian seasonal festivals honoring Dionysus, the god of wine and fertility. These festivals occurred around 700 B.C.; they were filled with drunkenness and sexuality. Scholars believe there were four festivals during each of the seasonal change periods. The festival related to the Greek people planting, tending the vine, harvesting, and wine-making was in early December. This was called the Festival of Vintage. There was a…

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