The intriguing aspect about the movie is that people never know if Willy (father) is telling the truth or not. This way the story is on going captivating cycle of stories and new characters transforming it into something addicting. The idea in Burton’s film is the inception of stories and what about them is based on reality thus making the audience continuously fixated with the issue, a strong example of hypnotization being used in Burton’s film is the last scene in the bathtub, a simple dialog with a straightforward. Death of a salesman consists of a basic simple story with predictable components thus making readers think logically towards the importance of its existence. Why does an average family trigger so much significance?
Burlesque was often used to mock famous and well known classical theatre productions, such as ballet, which is a show seen by the upper class of the time. Burlesque performances where based on opera and ballet pieces but were adapted to be made more like a comic play or a musical play by using quotes from the originals and making them funny, almost taking the mickey out of the upper class. Parts of the history of Burlesque that I want to relate to our choreography is how it has never been taken very seriously and its having fun on stage, showing off and showing something about your personality to the audience. I think to have a successful showcase of
The director did an excellent job with combining the youth of over four centuries ago to the youth of the 21st century by using the main message of rejecting authority. More detail in this paragraph, but you are on the right track. [1ST DRAMATIC LANGUAGE] This physical theatre performance manipulated the viewpoints to draw the audience in and explore the dramatic message of rejecting authority. Some of the most impressive tools that were used to explore the teenager’s rebellious spirit were the viewpoints of space, architecture and mood. The use of space
The stringed instruments were the accompaniment; therefor, they began with harmonics, chromatics, and tremolo for various measures rather than having a moving part. The melody was given to the flutes and soloist, Sami Junnonen, who was also very talented. The song was about 22 minutes long and he had the whole piece memorized. It sounded very sad, but soothing simultaneously. There were visuals around the theater, which made it easier to understand and visualize what Lopez was trying to describe when writing the song.
‘Still Angela’ by Jenny Kemp and ‘Ruby Moon’ by Matt Cameron are plays that evaded the norms of conservative and often straightforward theatre, into a dreamlike, surreal state. They portray life as a routine; and to escape it, the characters pursuit their own inner self journeys. Both playwrights Cameron and Kemp use contemporary theatre forms, which has created an interesting approach on story telling. However the theatrical techniques of Ruby Moon and Still Angela are completely dissimilar. Unlike ‘Still Angela’s’ jolted time frame, ‘Ruby Moon’ has a very distinct progression, as it is highly episodic.
United States Pole Dance Federation (USPDF) While this didn’t seem fair, the USPDF decided to present pole dancing as a competitive sport in a theater setting where people could truly appreciate the art of pole dancing. In the USPDF competitions, all competitors perform two rounds: one compulsory routine
The movie had humor in it which was distributed though-out the movie by many of the characters. For example, Wallace Shawn played an odd man named Vizzini and his character would keep saying, “Inconceivable” for just about everything. Even though everyone added his or her own little bit of humor, these two gentlemen were the ones who both with a shared sense of humor, which increased the level of comedy in this movie. Both Westley and Inigo had a knack for talking or joking around when fighting or dueling others. In most cases when someone would fight they wouldn’t talk, but these two couldn’t help it to talk while fighting.
Various instances show how Holden’s ideas and perceptions surrounding relationships are not properly formed. For example, after dancing with the blonde women at a nightclub whom he had just met, Holden says “I was half in love with her by the time we sat down.” (73) Love is a feeling that is acquired over much more than a short dance with a girl you’ve never met before. Holden is alienated from genuine relationships so much though that a good dance with an attractive girl can trick himself into thinking he is in love. Earlier in the novel, Holden also says “sex is something I really don’t understand too hot” ( 63) yet earlier in that same chapter contradicts himself by saying “In my mind, I’m probably the biggest sex maniac you ever saw” (62). It seems odd that Holden really doesn’t understand sex yet constantly thinks about it and even does actions like pay for a prostitute.
Kafkaesque elements often appear in existential works, but the term has transcended the literary realm to apply to real-life occurrences and situations that are incomprehensibly complex, bizarre, or illogical. Franz Kafka created fictional worlds in which characters try to make sense of a nightmarish world.Kafka’s writing style seems simple and straightforward, but it’s full of philosophizing about the absurdity of life. It’s not easy to understand one of his stories with only one reading. The term “Kafkaesque” reefers to the style in which he wrote and is seen by many as a synonym for “surreal.” His story’s are
The dictionary defines dance as "an artistic form of nonverbal communication" (dance). As Christians we have always heard that dancing is immoral; that dancing only led to one thing- sex. Although this is the general belief, many people find the art of ballet, such as The Nutcracker to be tasteful. Dancing embodies passion, grace and poise. Dancing is not just a mating ritual as we have been told; it is a story that is too good for words.