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    Everything felt like it was going in slow motion once I walked into the doors of the hospital. Doctors were running from one end to the other without skipping a beat while families were crying over losses and tragedies. Everything felt so overwhelming, but I knew what I had came to do. My heart began to race as I approached the reception desk. "Can I help you?" the woman asked. I could hear the words she was saying but I couldn 't find anything to say back. She looked at me again and asked once more. "Can I help you mam?" she said with more of a force. I swallowed and replied, "Um, Bruno... I mean um... Peter, Peter Hernandez..." She looked through the fumbled papers on her desk and responded with, "Room 707, floor 8. The elevator is…

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    "Mason are you here for therapy?" requested Dr. Stiner, as he casually moved towards Mason, who was in the shadow of building half way into the night. The moon was high in the sky, creating small shadows in which Mason hid. Mason only nodded in response. "Follow me towards the movie theater," uttered Dr. Stiner. He proceeded to jaunt towards the theater with Mason close behind. The way Mason paced himself only made it seem like he was having a struggle keeping up with the doctor. The walk lasted…

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    mistakes, regardless of the consequences. By addressing this counterargument he is contradicting himself because he said that even he would choose a more experienced doctor, but by doing this, he is building a rapport with the readers and increasing his credibility by sharing that he too knows that it is hard to allow people to practice on their loved ones. Not correcting mistakes can and will lead to terrible complications. “When things go wrong, it is usually because a series of failures…

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    most noticeable in are Jesus Christ Superstar, and Mamma Mia. In the first musical, Jesus Christ Superstar, there was a vast number of props uses. Some of the props that were used were lights, visuals, giant crosses, scaffolding, simple but elaborate costumes, and other little costumes. The props used in Jesus Christ Superstar help to make the musical such an elaborate musical because the use of lighting on the actors and also the lighting around the stage makes the musical dramatic, which…

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    Phantom Of The Opera

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    The Lion King. Mary Poppins. West Side Story. Annie. The Phantom of the Opera. Matilda. Wicked. HAMILTON. These are all Broadway shows that I have had the privilege of seeing; moreover, they have been a crucial part of my love and respect for theater. When I sit in a theater like the Richard Rogers or Shubert, I am overwhelmed with joy like a kid in a candy store by the plush red velvet seats, the buzz of the crowd as the ushers attempt to control their hurried fever, the ornate designs on the…

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    I have a culturally diverse family, it wasn 't always like that and because of that it not only made who my family is but who I am, someone who isn 't scared of a challenge but someone who welcomes it with joy. My passion for writing is something that helps me both express myself and have a way out. Lastly my love for broadway musicals has helped me become the outgoing, and confident person i am today. I know what I 've told you proboñly seems like a lot, but in reality this is just a scratch…

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    Pockets Theatre Company

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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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    for the spectator, an intriguing and entertaining experience of the demonstration of human life, their wildest dreams or scariest nightmares Theatre and performing arts have always been a huge part of my life since a very young age, and with both a mother and father as dance teachers, there was never any doubt that this would be the area I would grow to love and choose to pursue at university. My parents have always been a huge inspiration to me, and as I grew up I realised I had inherited a…

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    Although Signature Theatre has not yet produced Guys and Dolls, it is one that their company could undoubtedly do in the future. The theatre certainly has the capabilities and facilities necessary to produce a high quality version of this musical. However, this fact, although relevant is not the most important factor in deciding whether or not they would choose to produce the show. The theatre must also have a desire to pick this specific musical out of the hundreds of other choices that exist.…

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    The Dinner Party Analysis

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    The Dinner Party, written by Neil Simon, was portrayed by director Brian Freeman who had previously directed a couple other Neil Simon productions including Jake’s Women and Rumors. This production was held by the Broadway West Theatre Company in Fremont, CA. After some research of Neil Simon, I believe Freeman stayed true to the original intentions of Simon’s playwright while putting together a wonderful production that I could laugh about but also learn from at times. First off, what caught…

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