However, this problem is tricky as no one has ever challenged Mazey due to his expert and position power, making the situation more complex and difficult to resolve. Frazer’s Options Frazer has three options he can choose from. He can find a way to compromise with Mazey, say nothing and learn to work around Mazey’s behavior like his peers, or quit and find another job. All of these options require careful consideration as each can result in a negative outcome. The best option that is most suitable for this problem would be to find a way for Mazey and the subordinates in Hudson to compromise.
Actors prepare their lines before arriving at the shoot where most of the critiquing and direction is given. Film actors must be able to adapt easily due to the lack of rehearsals so that they can help the director and screenwriter fulfill their visions. Secondly, the order in which film and stage acting take place is widely varied. For example, in live performance everything is in a set order. Everything happens in
The set itself was simple yet striking. Careful thought and hard work was put into every aspect of the production and it clearly showed in the end product. Acting I was thoroughly impressed with Christina DeCicco’s performance as Maggie. At the beginning, I found Decicco’s performance to be a little shaky. I had a hard time understanding what she way saying and she seemed like she was trying too hard.
“How can you love someone else if you don’t love yourself,” is one of the most memorable lines of the play. KOKUMO thrived off that quote in her search for being accepted one day. I think KOKUMO’s actions were worth doing because she was able to share her life to the public; in doing so, KOKUMO was able to level with the people by allowing them to image how it felt to be in her shoes. This play will help us understand the world because there are many others who are in the same position as KOKUMO, people who feel unwanted, unloved and not accepted in society. I don’t feel like I am the only person who believes this claim because there are places where people can go seek help for such problems (i.e.
Hedda Tesman in “Hedda Gabler” By Henrik Ibsen Hedda Tesman in “Hedda Gabler” by Henrik Iben is a central figure as well as a dynamic character, which means she changes throughout the play. She behaves atrociously to everyone with whom she comes in contact, and her moral sense is defective. After all, the play is a tragedy since Hedda turned out to be all pity and petty. Hedda is not simply evil and preserve. She born as General Gabler’s daughter so she feels for a better destiny and imbues with romantic vision of making one’s own life a work of art.
This choice by Mr. Davis I felt was a risky one because there were a lot of songs in that play that not everyone in the audience was familiar with. I was glad that a few of the actors I had graduated with as well as myself were in the audience because we did this play a few years ago and still knew all the words to the songs. It was however a good way to get the audience involved with the play and to keep them on their toes. I feel as if Mr. Davis didn’t want the audience to just have to sit quietly and absorb, The Wizard of Oz is a well-known show and movie so it was a good choice for what he wanted to accomplish. This affected the audience because not very many people were prepared to be actively involved and were surprised at first, but as the show progressed many relaxed considerably and had a great time.
Purpose. What is ones "purpose" on this crazy world we all call home? For some it takes their whole life to figure it out and some never do. For the longest time I thought I had it all figured out, I love the spot light the feeling of being on stage and entertaining people. but as I got older I started to feel like I was put on this earth not just to entertain but to make a difference in the lives of others through theater since it made such a difference in my life and now the only way I can think of spending the rest of my life is being a theater educator.
His presence on the stage makes the audience feel that he is closest to what happens and therefore the most knowledgeable about the drama. “I am inclined to notice the ruins in things…” Furthermore, a chorus figure makes the audience feel pity for the hero, which in this play is Eddie. The audience might not necessarily feel pity for Eddie, but Alfieri definitely changes the audience’s opinion of him. At the beginning of the play Alfieri says, “He was as good a man as he had to be in a life that was hard and even.” This is how Alfieri introduces Eddie to the audience, which could leave them with mixed feelings for him. This remark shows that Alfieri has a good deal of respect for Eddie and yet he feels able to
Jennifer’s inspirations had been her father and mother, for they had always been good role models and were constantly laughing and inspiring her to be better. Her parents divorced when Jennifer was a mere age nine. These experiences would later prove very helpful because many actors use their life experiences to create emotions while performing. Jennifer got her first major role in a horror film called Leprechaun. She stated in a very humorous tone that she didn’t think horror movies were for her.
In the play A Doll’s House, the main character Nora Helmer is definitely an admirable person. Although she was subservient and flighty in the beginning, she went through a dramatic change during the play. Nora is admirable for having the courage to make a radical change in her life. It shows how she developed into a wiser, more determined woman who learns to respect herself. Because of logical reasons, Nora Helmer was right to abandon her children and she is admirable.