At first when he signed on to do The King and I he was under the impression that “he only had to do (that) one ballet” (Jerome Robbins: His Life, His Theatre, His Dance, pg 46) but he did end up choreographing many other dance sequences like “Getting to Know You” or “The March of the Siamese Children”. “Robbins planned the scene to delight both Anna and the audience. Some carry out their duties in exemplary fashion, which highlighted the different ones and the tiniest provide a high degree of adorable and some concern they’ll screw up” (Jerome Robbins: His Life, His Theatre, His Dance, pg
We laugh because we feel that George is inferior to us in his situations. His complaining of the clown’s name being an unacceptable clown name is unimportant and trivial. He nags about it and is unable to let go of something that is so unimportant. This allows us to feel that he is ridiculous and that we are therefore think on a superior level to him. Does the audience care about the clown’s name?
All he wanted was to be accepted, but it was hard to fit in because he was not rich and white like all of his other classmates. The only time Drake was really appreciated, was when he was in the school plays. After the play, the students would come up to him and say hey and give him high fives (Graham 7). The only time people wanted to be friends with me was when I was singing in the school play. The night of the play they would all be real nice to me, clapping and giving me compliments.
The wedding march obviously means that one marriage is beginning and ironically right above the wedding on appears to crumbling. However the jazz that is heard is associated with Gatsby. Jazz is also associated with fun which is a complete contrast to what is happening in the hotel suite above; as there is nothing fun about the discussion Tom and Gatsby are having. Fitzgerald uses music to create an ironic situation in chapter five when Gatsby, Daisy and Nick are listening to “Ain’t we got fun”. This is also ironic as the song is about poor people saying that money doesn’t matter because they’re having fun; however one of the themes running through the book is inequality and the reader can see in the Valley of ashes that being poor is not fun at all.
In 1952, Shepherd Mead's satirical book, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, became a bestseller. Playwright Willie Gilbert and fellow playwright Jack Weinstock created a dramatic interpretation in 1955 that was unproduced for five years.  Agent Abe Newborn brought the work to the attention of producers Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin, with the intention of retooling it as a musical.  Feuer and Martin had great success with the 1950 adaptation of Guys and Dolls and brought in the creative team from that show to work on How to.... Abe Burrows and Frank Loesser set to work on the new adaptation, with rehearsals beginning in August 1961.  Burrows collaborated on the book with Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, also serving as
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Hollywood Musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a classic musical film. It was released in 1954 and was an Oscar nominee for best picture. Personally I enjoyed this musical film because it differed from others I have watched in the past. The dancing was unusual, firstly because it stared rugged manly men and they were performing thee dance numbers that were completely out of their character and funny coming from them. I also liked that they danced and sung while performing such ordinary tasks they chopping wood.
“Staying in character is really hard when you have blows being spewed in form of rhyming couplets,” Says Michael Bush, who plays Damis. “I think the audience is going to have a blast.” The Pine Ridge Players like to have as many people see their shows as possible, and with the financial crunch everybody is in these days, they try to keep their tickets affordable. Tickets are $5 for students, and $7 for adults. All proceeds go to our theatre program, which teaches our students important skills that help them both on and off Stage. Tartuffe opens February 10th, with more shows on the 11th and 12th at 7 pm.
They sing together and basically say you don’t know your father? Well how about just for now we pretend that I’m you father. I just find it amusing how drastic of a coincidence it is but as I said that’s just Musical Theater, and in Musical Theater, anything is possible. Overall, I actually quite enjoyed the film ‘ Show Boat’. Even though the film was made a good 60 years ago, I feel that you are still able to happily watch it today and be told a good story from it.
When people act on impulse it leads to terrible endings and suffering to others. In the beginning of the play Romeo shows his tragic flaw when he goes to the Capulet party and falls in love with Juliet, completely forgetting about his first love Rosaline. When Romeo sees Juliet at the party he says, “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! / For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night” (I.v.50-51) This shows his impulsiveness by not mentioning Rosaline at all and starting to fall in love with a girl he does not even know.
now pop music this category is number 3 just because pop music and general just makes you want to dance it makes you want to go party put your hands up wave your hands around show everybody that you are something against people self esteem and it raises your self esteem every time that you had at pops on come on it makes you feel better about yourself you will never really hear a pop song that is downgraded somebody or dad is trying to bully or torment somebody that's why I love pop music just because is yes so loving and peaceful in general you can I find nothing like that inside of any other type of music really like in my opinion that's just my opinion but I may be wrong but I'm just saying what I think is right it's all about love and joy and happiness and having fun country music rap music and all of those Macy Justin Bieber he's always positive his songs about love he has never made a song talking about like murder or her somebody it's always so loving and kind that's why and yes a good general just because of how to flow with the words and a beat go together so swell day that makes you want to think more deeply about who made this who created pop and why have I just re listening to it right now and that's why I think that music should be in the top three categories of music overall okay now I know that a lot of people may have their ups and downs and they may not agree with my opinion but I am name my three best categories on my three favorite categories on my top categories