On this day, the king and other high authority figures would become peasants, and the ruler would be the one who found a seed within a cake rendering this new ruler as the lord of misrule. This represented the disrupt of natural order, a clear element within Shakespeare play Twelfth Night. At midnight, the rule and order reverted back to normal, conservative state which again could arguably be seen to occur at the end of Twelfth Night, when natural order is restored in almost every characters life. The play is filled right to the end with events that could be considered as “Topsy Turvy” and against the natural conservative order. One example of a key event that could be considered in this way is at the start of the play, when the ship that Viola is traveling on crashes, and physically capsizes and throws everyone overboard resulting in her assumption of her brother’s death.
Although he had given up starring in movies after Cancel My Reservation. At the age of 95, Hope made an appearance at the 50th anniversary of the Primetime Emmy Awards. Two years later, he was present at the opening of the Bob Hope Gallery of American Entertainment at the Library of Congress. The Library of Congress has presented two major exhibitions about Hope's life – "Hope for America: Performers, Politics and Pop Culture" and "Bob Hope and American Variety." Bob's Death In 1998, a prepared obituary by The Associated Press was inadvertently released on the Internet, prompting Hope's death to be announced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Shakespeare, W (1999) Twelfth Night, Harlow Longman Jemma Sigee Word Count (without cover page) 1,876 To what extent does the final scene of Twelfth Night muddle our expectations of how a dramatic comedy should be resolved? Twelfth night is based upon the twelfth night of the Christmas holiday. In Shakespearean times, this holiday was celebrated as a festival in which everything was turned upside down – much like the upside – down, chaotic world of Illyria in the play. In Twelfth night we witness the typical conventions of a dramatic comedy where natural order is disturbed as the characters journey to discover themselves amongst all the chaos and confusion. As the play unfolds the audience do not gain any in depth knowledge of the characters, conclusions are made by the characters choices and attitudes.
I think the topics and main themes and ideas can all be tied together into a single category because they all relate. The main topics, themes, and ideas of this play would be men and women and their relationships, theater, art, science and celebrity. When Picasso and Einstein meet, they discuss art, science, women, sex and the future. The two young men are competing for preeminence of at the very birth (dawn) of the modern era that is upon them. This imagined meeting took place in lively bar in 1904, the Lapin Agile, a famous cabaret in the Montmartre district of Paris.
We compare our actions to those of Jerry’s, George’s or Kramer’s to what we would do in our lives. Seinfeld clearly pokes fun of simple real life situations and allows us to compare our lives to those displayed on the TV screen. Every episode of Seinfeld allows us to laugh at the characters’ situations. In “The Fire”, George is invited to a child’s birthday party. George does not see how the clown in the party does not know whom Bozo the Clown is.
Towards the end of the scene we saw the shadow of Hannay in a Plane being chased by the police because of Annabella's murder. At the end of this chase we see the shadow screen being lifted up from the stage itself then we see Hannay still moving the toy plane on the stick as if he was still replicating the plane shadow puppet. This made the audience laugh as it reminded the audience that the actors weren't sticking with the traditional theatrical conventions. another time where lighting was used successfully was at the start of the actual play where the actors were coming on the stage to set up for the first scene at Hannays apartment and strobe lighting was used. The use of strobe lighting was very clever as it showed like a old film being played and the white flickering filter that was used within the pice.
Halloween Speech (Town Speech...) Greetings to one and all, my name as you all know is Scarah Skeletons. I'm here today to congratulate everyone in our town a spectacular scare in this years Halloween, everyone has outdone themselves this time, bravo to you all. I'd like to especially make a big felicitations to the top 5 scarers of this year, Jack The Pumpkin King, Steve The Infamous Mummy Monster, Quinn The Magnificent Trickster, Clawd The Horrendous Werewolf, and Deuce The Son Of The Legendary Count Dracula. I also hope everyone enjoyed this hallows eve just as much as I did. I thought I'd take a step back to marvel at our horrifying work, such tremendous times we've had together and still more to come.
Brabantio, furious by the intentions of marriage of his daughter to “the Moor” believes that Othello used drugs and witchcraft to steal his daughter from him “O thou foul thief! Where hast thou stowed my daughter… though hast enchanted her” (1ii62-64) this overstatement shows the sudden disregard of Othello’s previous power in the community as an army general and the immediate hatred he receives as a result of the colour of his skin. Iago once again plans to ruin Othello as he suspects his wife has been unfaithful with Othello, and goes out to destroy his marriage, just adding to Iago’s anger causing him to
Time Art V. Space Art Instead of a Christmas Story, MadLab presented a post-apocalyptic story; since everyone thinks the world is going to end on December 21st! Age of Bees by Tira Palmquist is an example of time art. The play was almost two hours long and took place in the year 2098. The ancient Roman mosaic Marvelous Menagerie is an example of Space art. This piece is on display at the Columbus Art Museum and is more than 300 square feet large.
“A Rebel with a Cause” Act I: Scene I Song: Amazing Grace While song is playing: Piano behind curtain, black backdrop, multimedia pictures of slaves working in the field projected. Pictures transform. Lights dim, there is a figure in the back NARRATOR: …and on the eighth day, God created ROCK-n-ROLL! JOHNNY: WA BABA LU BOP A LOP BAM BOOM! Song: Tutti Fruitti As song begins, curtain opens revealing piano, chorus in 50s wardrobes, dancing and singing along.