There is a mid shot of the backs of Shrek and Donkey walking towards a man in a Prince Farquaad costume, but when they see Shrek he runs away screaming. They have to go through some barriers and Shrek has to go in side ways, as he is so large, Donkey has to struggle to get through the turning barriers and Shrek sighs. The audience hear the sound of the barriers and the background music. They notice that there is nobody around and Shrek comments ‘it’s quiet too quiet.’ There is a mid shot of a closed information desk and Donkey opens it and there are a lot of wooden children singing the rules of Duloc. They change the words where they would normally swear.
I heard laughing and giggling as they all made fun of him, he was not afraid or embarrassed he simply shut the world out, one of his many talents. I watched as he sat down and cracked his knuckles and took a deep breathe. He surprised the whole school as he played the piece, “Johnny C. Badd”. I remember looking around feeling proud and full of happiness because my brother had showed everyone up, not only with teaching himself piano but being
All Chris cared about was making people laugh that was his life’s motive. He fed off of other people’s happiness even if he was miserable. Some say he may have had a form of a Somatoform Disorder or Behavioral Disorder. Chris was constantly sent down to the office for being extremely disruptive and disrespectful in class just to entertain his peers. Chris’s father never truly yelled at him for what he did just because of how cute he was as a child, Chris was usually allowed to do whatever he wanted this gave him this sense of empowerment but at the same time caused him to grow this self-independence.
Charlie is not shunned by people but is often the center of their jokes unknowingly. Although Charlie doesn’t’t understand many things that happen to him or are said to him he thinks that people are his friends and that he is accepted by them, but once he completes an operation and becomes an intelligent man he quickly finds out that he was the one everyone was laughing at and becomes frustrated and embarrassed. Despite their many similarities, John and Charlie over come many obstacles in very different ways to be accepted by society. Charlie and John both grow up in different ways and become accepted by many people throughout their journeys because of their changes throughout the novels. Although Charlie’s disability seems to be more severe than Johns they both have many of the same support systems and patterns of thinking, as well as the way they relate to others.
Reasons to be pretty by Neil Labute reasons to be pretty is a play by Neil LaBute, his first to be staged on Broadway. The plot centers on four young working class friends and lovers who become increasingly dissatisfied with their dead-end lives and each other. Following The Shape of Things and Fat Pig, it is the final installment of a trilogy that focuses on modern day obsession with physical appearance.  Produced by MCC Theater and directed by Terry Kinney, the play premiered at the off-Broadway Lucille Lortel Theater in Greenwich Village on June 2, 2008 and ran through July 5. The cast included Piper Perabo, Pablo Schreiber, Alison Pill, and Thomas Sadoski.
As an actor he was part of the Stratford Festival company acting along with some famous actors of those times. Timothy was married to Janet Reid for a few years but the marriage was annulled. Timothy met William Whitehead who was also a writer and that started the relationship between them and they became partners for the remainder of Timothy’s life. The two of them worked on various documentaries in the 1970’s. Ruth Gordon, a screenwriter and playwright met Timothy through an acting gig, was influenced by her to write his first short story called ``Tamarack Review.
Chantal Taylor Dance 203 2 September 2013 Famous jazz teachers and dancers Bob Fosse was a famous actor, film director, screenwriter, dancer and musical theatre choreographer. He was born on June 23, 1927 in Chicago Illinois. He was the second youngest of six children. When he was younger he teamed up with another young dancer and started a group called “The Riff Brothers,” and they toured around the Chicago area. During the 1950’s, Fosse moved to New York, hoping he will he will become the new Fred Astaire.
Willy Russells-Blood Brothers GCSE Drama Coureswork The musical prodouction, Blood Brothers was born in the mind of Willy Rusell and was presented for very first time in a Liverpool school play in 1981. The production then advanced into a full-scale play which opened in the Liverpool playhouse in 1993 staring such famous actresses as Barbara Dickson and Andrew.C.Wadsworth. With such success the play moved onto London for an astonishing six months before finally closing. However the play reopened in the Albery Theatre in London in 1988 before transferring it to the Phoenix Theatre, where it has been running ever since. The play itself is a twisted tale of two twins who were separated at birth due to money and superstition.
For this paper I have chosen to compare and contrast two personality comedians from different eras. I chose to examine Charlie Chaplin, and specifically his performance in City Lights as my representation of a character we have discussed in class. To cover a modern personality comedian I am going to discuss Will Ferrell, and his work Anchorman. I’m going to discuss their approach to acting, their styles of comedy, and how well they’re received by the audience. When I chose to study Charlie Chaplin I had already learned a good amount of information about his life and career from movies I had seen prior, and articles I had read.
the audience received the message and gave feedback via applause or head nod etc. You can feel that the audience was very excited about the message and the speaker because of the various standing ovations. They weren't rude nor inconsiderate, the audience had and maintained a high level of maturity and professionalism, all but one. The man who yelled out “you lie” was very disrespectful but luckily his rudeness did not stop the speaking process. President Obama is a potent and energetic speaker.