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    This is the class “Introduction to Theatre,” one of the best class in CU Boulder. The class basically teaches every basic elements of the theatre, which are, theatre element structure, the origin of theatre, the kinds of stages, and etc. I have profoundly learned so much materials for the great professor (Rebecca), TA (Jash), and also my fellows. I would say theatre class could change my new perspective looking to theatre in general. Throughout this paper, I would personally tell about the theatre class and how appreciated I have had, including my own experience. Before taking this class, I could say that I had no idea what class I should take in the fall semester. I just looked for the class that satisfied my requirement. One class I have seen in the requirement is “An introduction to theatre.” Its name made me confused what we would learn in that class. In addition, there were several questions coming to my mind. Do we have to cast to be the actor in theatre as one of requirement? Do we need to lecture all the time? How much boring of the class is? Or what materials should we get? How is the professor and TA? Those are only the general questions that I always had. When I went to ask some close friends, no one could answer my questions because they had no experience for this class. I was…

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    Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot”, directed by Michael McFadden, took place at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center at two o’clock in the afternoon on November 8, 2014. I chose to see this production because the tickets were included with the tuition for my online theater class. I recently moved to Tennessee from Washington DC and had never seen a production at this particular theatre. My initial impression of the theatre was delightful. I felt a warm and comfortable feeling as I entered into the…

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    Julius Caesar, is a political play, but it comments on many themes our society struggles with. It addresses concerns of power, who has the right to it, and what form it is obtained by. It comments on pride and the destructive qualities it can have. The play questions friendships and where people’s true loyalties lies. It shows how easily people can be manipulated and the consequences that come with it. Julius Caesar questions fate and free will, and where control truly lies. The School of…

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    Strategic Message Planner: M. T. Pockets Theatre Company Advertising Goal To provide advertising/public relations assistance and publicizing the organization to a larger audience. Client: Key Facts M. T. Pockets Theatre Company of Morgantown, W. Va., produces shows year round. M. T. Pockets Theatre is a 501(c)3 NPO supported, in part, by grants from the Greater Morgantown Community Trust/Morgantown Arts Fund, the Monongalia County Commission and Arts Mon. The company is member of the American…

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    Theatre allows people of a society to gather as a community. it allows human creativity to flourish and be expressed and it explores human issues in a meaningful way. Modern Theatre would not be where it is today without the influence of Ancient Greece, but Ancient Greek Theatre and Modern Theatre do have many differences from each other, because time changes point of views, and time improves things through new ideas, technology, and so much more. The fundamentals of Ancient Greek Theatre are…

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    I have learned a lot of things this year in Theatre. One of the most important things that I have learned is not to block out. If you block out in OAP you will have points deducted and will definitely not win. Another thing is, don’t ever say goodluck. If you want to tell somebody goodluck during oap, you have to say “break a leg”. That is the appropriate way to say it. If you are wanting to be in theatre, you have to know to never whistle. whistling is bad luck during one act play. Macbeth is…

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    Two weeks ago, I visited HHC Ybor Main Stage Theatre where the Fall Dance Concert was performed. Usually, I hardly drove to Ybor at night, but I was lucky to be at HCC Ybor on time. The parking was dark and full, so I had to drive several rounds to find the spot. However, I think Fall Dance Concert was worth the drive. This was my first experience about theatre since I came to US, and I really enjoyed it. When I first came to the theatre, I was handed a flyer where all the performances were…

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    The Lights Never Go Out In Staunton, a city just twenty nine miles south of Harrisonburg, lies a theatre. This tiny Virginia theatre restores how Shakespeare’s plays would have been performed. The American Shakespeare Center takes on the daunting task of preforming a comedy or a tragedy. Only with the actors themselves, a scarce costumes, and varying props. In 1623, when the Twelfth Night was originally debut, theatres’ did not have a large Broadway budget. The American Shakespeare Center…

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    From my experience, this role involves working with patients who present with challenging behaviours including aggression hence the need to be highly developed in communication and negotiation skills. Good communication ensures staff and other patients safety is maintained. I have been working with similar patients for the past 4 years where I have been required to communicate highly effectively with patient’s who are aggressive and threatening to ensure safety of others. My ability to…

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    look like each other, so that the people got confused to differentiate between them, although they have some difference between, because of the influences of the Romans on the Greek. But also the Romans have a unique style. Greek temples are much bigger than Romans temple. Roman people used to build their temple to worship their Gods. Romans have lots of Gods, more than 100 God. Roman temple are large, numerous and ornate. They used to locate their temples in important position. Their…

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