Fear of Romance was the 3rd band and they were much different then the others, they were all instrumental. Fears of Romance were clear fan favorites as they had many fans in the crowd, and received a standing obviation. Narineh was performing next and she did an outstanding job and was also a fan favorite. It was her first time performing in front of an audience. Stage Hands brought a lot of excitement to the show, with there unique Broadway - rock style to the ACC crowd.
Overall I thought the performance was great. I really enjoyed how much time they put into each part of the performance. You really could see how much time and effort they put into the songs and constructing it to make a great concert. I will come back again and see them next
Everything was good and unforgettable. The theater is fancy, and the staff is pleasant and treated us great. The actors are amazing. In class, the professor spoke to us about actors having different roles in a play, but I never imagined that a whole play that required so many characters could have been perfectly done with only four. “The 39 Steps”, is a special kind of Broadway show.
by Roscoe Dash Ready Set Go is a Cd that a lot of people outside of high school didn’t hear much about. It was a Cd produced by a young guy that I instantly loved because of his hype. His songs were instant party songs that were tuned to get everyone hype. Everyone loved “Ready Set Go”, “All The Way Turnt Up”, and “Sexy Girl Anthem”. Those three songs were probably the most played songs during my whole high school career.
Response Paper: Cabaret Fundamentals of Acting David Waggoner Missouri State University Response Paper: Cabaret The Missouri State University Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of the musical Cabaret was extraordinarily entertaining. That was the consensus of those friends and family that accompanied me to Thursday, April 12th’s performance, and I wholly agree. On the whole, the level of professionalism, in terms of the music, performance and visual impact was stunning and the show itself makes me as excited to write about, as it was to watch and listen to. In responding to the acting performances, I’m going to afford myself the luxury of speaking also to the visual and aural life of the production and how the related production areas might (or might not) have advanced the direction of the production. Although those areas are admittedly not in focus within the context of the class, they are germane to this discussion as it relates to their renderings influencing the way in which the world of the play was made manifest and ultimately the impact those production areas had on the individual performances and how the audience received the characters.
What a song! As a big Stevie Wonder fan, I was excited to hear this piece as a closing. The ensemble plays the piece gracefully from beginning to the end. I really enjoyed myself at this sponsored event as the music, the ambiance; the liveliness was a great combination. Music being played live should always be appreciated because the future is going downhill as far as appreciating true and live music.
They played songs like Vaseline, wicked garden, big empty, creep, interstate love song to name a few of the greats. I found the entire performance overall to be phenomenal especially for a first time concert goer such as myself they had a great dynamic overall even after the group being known to have personal issues. From what I could see, you would have never known that it was the case. I could in fact relate musical terms to the performance. Before I could not identify the improvisation of the artist such as the guitarist, nor was I able to identify or even know a stop time if I heard one such as a vocalist’s solo before learning those things in this class.
The laughing, to deep thinking, to the astonishing scene that nobody seen coming, was all part of the experience the audience took part in. The characters were dressed apprioately at first sight for the time period. The 1960’s wasn’t as classy as the modern era. The hair was flowing, the clothes were dragging, and the energy was extravagant. Joey, who played one of the main characters, was one who brought the play to life the most.
God of Carnage was a great play. The use of colors to symbolize the power struggle, the art deco furniture and the symbolism behind clothes were brilliant decisions towards enhancing the whole morale of the play. The characters did a wonderful job of setting the mood and atmosphere and capturing the whole ‘I’m better than you’ idea. The play not only helped the audience see how people actually act today but, without the audience knowing, made you more aware of your surroundings and how to analyze them; a tool that will come in handy in all aspects of anyone’s
It was exciting and the beat stayed in your mind. The band added vocals too which made it even more interesting. I also like how the music was organized. A theme was introduced in the beginning and then repeated at the end. It completed the circle.