“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.
As I was listening to her performance, I noticed that Miep was talking in a much faster pace than I did, because she was talking very quickly and nervously. The character playing Miep had fluidity throughout the entire play; she knew how to keep things smooth. Miep’s inflection was very unique because she knew how to control her voice very well. She modulated her voice when something dramatic happened, such as when her and Mr. Kraler wanted Mr. Dussel to move in with the Frank’s and Van Daan’s. In conclusion, Miep had a big range of emotions but she could have done some improvement on her pace.
The director and the designers were able to collaborate well and produce a play that was very intriguing and fun to watch. The design for the costumes were very interesting but the set and lighting designers especially did a great job, with the way they were able to convey the messages of the play. The group of designers that worked together to make this play a reality were very careful with the way they designed their portion of products. I like how the designs supported the script very well. The play looked very organized and well planned out with way things were designed.
Shakespeare On Trial - Critical Review In a well-rehearsed and entertaining performance, the team from Shakespeare On Trial (Sam, Bella and Paul) present a unique play which contrasts and compares various interpretations within William Shakespeare’s works. The performance focused on Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” and “Romeo and Juliet”. The entire performance was based on talk shows which demonstrated the different interpretations of Shakespeare’s works, through discussions, arguments and brief scenes. The performance allows the audience to look past their own opinions of Macbeth or Shakespeare, and enables them to appreciate different interpretations of the plays; enhancing their understanding. Despite the absence of special lighting, costumes or a large troupe, the team was able to present a captivating performance which kept the audience entertained from beginning to end.
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. Everyone knows the saying "those who can do, and those who can't teach". for some this is true, but for most it was a choice, a choice to give up their dreams to make the dreams of another a reality, the ultimate sacrifice. I Am willing to make that sacrifice. I love theater so much, and I want to share it with the world show them how amazing and life changing it can be.
I contributed patience to the team because when I could not get a dance down I did not give up. I just kept trying over and over again. This showed the girls how to deal with tough situations. Also, the girls loved my personality because I helped them do whatever was needed to prepare us for games. I did not know much about the sport when I first joined the squad because it was my first year cheering, so; therefore I contributed to the team by being a new member with my own new and unique style.
After learning so much about the various elements, concepts, and dedication that was put into the production of Nicholas Rzhevsky’s play, “Robeson,” it was extraordinarily intriguing to see the concepts come to life. The storyline of play effectively conveyed to the audience the whirlwind of ups and downs that were a part of what defined Robeson, in a unique and entertaining way. The inclusion of various non-traditional elements and a presentational set design in order to convey this “whirlwind,” successfully captured the attention of the audience and held it there. One of the most essential elements of the play’s success in delivering the concept was the design of the set. The simplistic, glowing white design of the set allowed for minimal distractions and centered the focus on the whirlwind of events taking place on stage.
Some jokes or witty comments on the previous orator will help you not only to best your opponent but to engage the audience. And ones you get their attention, you can deliver your speech knowing that their eyes and ears are open lusted for your words. And never should you forget about human’s psychology. The beginning and the ending of your speech is what the audience will remember. So make it ring out, let it imprint in their minds.
The chorus had a number of roles in the play. It functioned to provide time for scene changes, to be a spectacle, to provide commentary, to describe the main action and themes, to set standards for the community, to give advice, to share their opinions, and to establish the rhythm of the play through singing, dancing, and reciting. The chorus expressed the true thoughts and feelings the author wanted the audience to know. They were rational and told the story bluntly and this was possible because they were not emotionally attached. The chorus pulled the audience into the action and therefore was the bridge between the actors and the audience.
Our group focussed on how sound influences the dramatic impact of the actor. The group was very enthusiastic although every group member was keen that we experimented with their idea, and before execution, we did not agree clearly on our aims and objectives – that is, what kind of outcome we were hoping or expecting to produce. We agreed that we wanted to support and influence the characterisation of Jason through sound, yet we did not discuss in detail our different interpretations of the character or the monologue itself. However, through the process of experimentation and play, we gradually refined our investigation. During our discussions, one member of our group mentioned that we were approaching the use of sound in an unorthodox manner.