Beauty and the Beast Critique Not many schools have the chance to perform a full-scale project like Beauty and the Beast on the stage, let alone amaze the audience with every little detail in the set. However, the actors, band, and chorus have done a fantastic job in their rendition of the play. The band beautifully accompanied the singers and actors, reminding the audience the childlike thoughts they had when they first watched it, seeing the music and scenery come to life. I watched the play on Friday and on Sunday, and I was extremely pleased both times. My favorite characters were the dynamic duo, Cogsworth and Lumiere.
When the play is at its end and you look back to the start you can clearly see changes that have occurred in Lewis’ personality over the time of him working in the theatre. Within the play there are plenty of obstacles but with the help of Lewis’ patients and his growing changes in confidence all is overcome. The first change you notice with Lewis is his confidence, to start with he doesn’t know how to treat the patients or go about things. Roy one of the patients is the one to get the ball rolling with ideas on how to do the play and to getting the patients enthusiastic about it all. Lewis realises it’s not that hard to do and needs to be doing the instructing and directing of the play with influence and input from Roy and the patients not the other way round.
If the Nor’easters can get a reputation as a fun place for college students to go out for a game, they will have great success. The team can also benefit from the collective knowledge of other team General Managers, who have given them valuable information on how to make a minor league team succeed. Some of their tips include making themselves an entertainment business rather than just a baseball team, hosting events such as kids day with bounce houses and becoming a staple for the kids in the local community. The opportunities are great for the Nor’easters and they could potentially see great success if they capitalize on these
The finest carpenters and other woodworkers collaborate as if they were but a single hand painting a portrait. Working in unison to express open door creativity they objectively demonstrate perfection. Working both throughout the night and day; the carpenters constantly refine even the most remote details striving for nothing short of flawlessness. The interior pillars crafted with broad shafts stemming to the ceiling with leaves peeling back towards the floor like a bountiful tree. Handrails united together in perfect circumference acting as a crown.
One word that would describe the place perfectly would be loud; which isn’t surprising for a sport and bar grill. With televisions scattered all throughout the establishment, it is a great spot for sports fans to catch a game. Not only are sporting events on the televisions; video poker or Buzztime, an interactive trivia game, are included also. To join in on the games, all that is needed is a handheld controller which can be easily obtained by asking a server or worker. For slightly more entertainment, there are a few games in the waiting area that can be played, as well as a few in the dining area.
Jesus Trejo Mr. Carey Stage Tech A Per 5 29 November 2014 Live Performance Critique #1 The comedy show at Old Town Temecula Theater went very well in terms of stage designs and lighting but there was only one minor problem with the sound during the show. The stage was small but designed efficiently were all six comedians fit on the stage making it easier for the audience to watch without any problems. The theme of the stage design was Christmas with stockings around the stage and venue affecting the mood and production of show by developing a sense of Christmas and holiday jokes. On the other hand, the lighting for the comedy show was set up with a strand of lights above the stage and several lights on the celling of the venue. This
She is making a statement; we should respect animals and see them as creatures like ourselves and not only as possession, food, or profit but as social beings. The basic layout of the show is several white rooms connecting to each other by door frames or staircases. The sculptures are set up on white blocks placed on the floor of the gallery (the blocks differ in height and width) they are set up in action poses which brings them to life even more. All the rooms are brightly lit and the walls are all painted milk white. There are no other objects (no chairs, paintings, or tables etc.)
They should provide everything that a home does and much, much more. The rooms are the most important aspect. When a customer opens the door to their room for the first time they want to be hit with a wow factor from the overall appearance. The beds should have deluxe mattresses and be dressed with nice linens and pillows. The bath room should have full bath sheets, televisions and boutique quality toiletries.
Shapes + Reflections was held at the Mira Costa Theater from Nov 30- Dec 2. The theater is contemporary and offers great views from all 243 seats. This performance attracted an array of guests, from seniors, adults, teens, and kids, who all seemed to thoroughly enjoy the show. This show was very eclectic and showcased multiples styles of dance. “￼” was a really fun opening dance, it was full of inspiration and energy and got people interested and hooked to the show.