Attending a live concert you can see their real motive and feelings through each song. Although the venue of the concert wasn’t appealing and didn’t get to experience his whole actual concert, every song that Wiz Khalifa performed was great and you could either get involved or even relate to the song. I attended a concert at the Arizona State Fair in the Coliseum on Friday, October 17. Wiz Khalifa was part of the 2014 Concert Series at the Arizona State Fair. Wiz came from a military family and his first attempt at committing lyrics to paper was around age nine, and at 12 he was already recording and producing his own records in his father's Oklahoma studio.
Although it does depend of the person and the situation, based on what I’ve experienced throughout my life, I have to agree that it can sometimes hamper social interaction. A lot of people cannot speak to someone and listen to music at the same time, one dominates the other. Some people are so in touch with their mp3 players, that they lose touch with the world around them. This may sound as crazy, but if others don't talk to one another in everyday situations, how will they react when they are forced to work together? As far as i see it, if everyone had an mp3 player and was distracted by it, no one would get along and/or wouldn’t be able to hold
For this brief we were encouraged to pin point what our ‘strengths’ we have in performing, so for my initial ideas I went towards singing and acting. Once I had completed my research and made my final pitch it became clear that I would try to include all three aspects of performing arts to really try to impress. My research into possible/ideal venues, proved difficult to find in the local area, so I found mine in London… Our production company was invited to perform a Cabaret or Variety Act to an adult audience in a local venue. Each performance had to be approximately
They even thought that I was high and gone off of a top notch drug. Some even asked if I could supply them with some of the “products”. In a speech Dr. King quoted, “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.” The biggest problem I had out of my friends that Thursday though, was not saying anything to one of them about bullying and talking down on this guy that we did not even know. I felt like I was the one bullying him because I did not say or do anything about it. I just
Marshall got her start on Broadway being her brother Rob Marshall’s assistant on Kiss of the Spider Woman and then assisted on the revivals of She Loves Me and Damn Yankees. In that 2004 interview, she relates how she was able to get her first job choreographing a Broadway show, Swinging on a Star, by being recommended by John Kander, who she knew from Kiss of the Spiderwoman. Since her first show she has choreographed many Broadway shows: 1776, Kiss Me Kate, Follies, Seussical, and Little Shop of Horrors, and directed and choreographed Wonderful Town, The Pajama Game, Grease, and the upcoming revival of Anything Goes. When talking about how she approaches these older shows, she says that she approaches them “with great reverence and respect and appreciation but I look at them with a modern sensibility and I try to add a contemporary pace to them.”
Movies such as the avengers, divergent, hunger games, etc. attract so many different audiences because they are real and they cater to all different types of people and cultures. These movies differ from productions like singing in the rain because they are modern and could be a reality. Also bad things happen to the characters in the films that create suspense, which audiences love. My final reason is because the number of musicals has gone down a ton due to a lack of interest in what they have to offer.
Bye Bye Birdie Participating in Bye Bye Birdie showed me how much I have missed theatre! Although I did not act in this musical production, being there, doing the hair and makeup and watching my friends preparing for scenes, made me kind of sad that it wasn’t me. I LOVED the costumes and the acting and singing was fantastic! One of my favorite scenes was the opening when Conrad was running away from his screaming fans. The blocking was excellent.
As she told her Father “I was not afraid, you held my hand.” Going to the circus is usually a fun experience for most children; especially if it is their first time. The children are so excited and ask many questions. In line sixteen Anne tells her dad how she remembers when he explained to her the danger of three rings. The reference to the "naughty clown" in line eight-teen is most likely a staff member that did not warn the audience of what was
This sets the tone to show how Lester feels about his life at this point. He feels like he is a complete loser and boring which is true, but he doesn’t do anything about it, well at least not until he meets Angela Hayes, (Mena Suvari). Caroline, (Annette Benning), and Lester go to Jane’s, (Thora Birch), cheerleading performance and it is here where Lester sees Angela for the first time. When the Cheer team starts to dance the song playing is called “Back to Broadway” but in the middle of Hardy 2 the song Lester sees Angela and a Fantasy begins in his mind. At this moment, the Music changes to music with no melody or rhythm to it and has a bunch of weird noises thrown in with it making the listener feel like they are in a dream, which is the purpose.