Cirque Memory is a knowledge repository used to store all relevant information on artists’ make-up and costumes, sets, and staging. Advantages of Cirque Memory are to transfer knowledge across, ongoing improvement, knowledge, growth, improvement, good memory, ill-structured, design. IT life cycle, different departments for each thing e.g costume, makeup, props etc. The Cirque Memory was a reliable data source and provided valuable information to its employees anywhere in the world with the help of numerous applications. IT played an important role in the different processes of the touring cycle of the organization namely, creation, design, preparation, diffusion, logistics and resource management.
She keeps a positive attitude flowing. Now she like to work amongst people. Ericka had work life balance, which makes her easy to deal with and she has been rated very high on her assessment. The work performance shows a lot of character and
The film was so successful because of the fantasy storytelling, musical catchiness and the abnormality of the characters the made the film stand out for the rest and becoming very unique. The film also featured what may be the most elaborate use of character make-ups and special effects in a film up to that time. The Wizard of Oz in 1939 is everybody's cherished favorite, greatest fantasy film musical from MGM during its prime years. The film was first re-released in 1949, and then in 1955, They also broadcast the film for many seasons, regularly on network TV as a prime time event; its first two showings were on CBS on November 3, 1956 and in December, 1959 (AMC). The film soon became a classic institution with annual showings for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter time, in some years, and was sort a rite of
The soap opera’s producer tells Michael/Dorothy “You are a breakthrough lady for us, Dorothy. You’re your own person” (Ballon 62). Even though Dorothy seems to have a strong woman character, he seems to victimize women as well. She always casts them as weak, unassertive, roles that amplify our perception of women as beautiful but weak in their real lives. Only when Dorothy appears, does the breakthrough occur, meaning that it is male-initiated.
Gene Kelly choreographed several dance and drama films, one called “An American in Paris” (1951). Michael Kidd is also an outstanding choreographer, who produced motion picture choreographer, in which dance further is the story line. Debbie Reynolds was another familiar name in movie musicals of the 1950’s. She was not a trained dancer but had great stage charisma. Her breakthrough in 1950 was in “Two Weeks with Love”, starring
George Gershwin is one of the most sought after musicians in American history. He was a composer of jazz, opera and popular songs for stage and screen, and many of his works are now today’s standards. Even though George had a short life, his works live on today. George was born on September 26, 1898 in Brooklyn, New York. He was the second son of Russian immigrants.
Rudolph Valentine o Much like Marilyn Monroe, his image and good looks overshadow his talent and ambitions, but it is not justified. o was an silent film actor, sex symbol, and early pop icon. o Lived 31 years and died due to sickness o He was one of the first celebrities to experience lasting fame, which Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley enjoyed as well o Valentino's image as a great lover has lasted long past his death. In popular culture the term 'Valentino' has come to represent a good-looking ladies' man o Has many nicknames o The Four Horsemen led to other great opportunities for Rudolph Valentino, whose newfound stardom seemed to indicate a healthy appetite for Latino lovers among the general American public. Alla Nazimova hand-picked
He won three Grammy’s in 2005 and 2010. This information does not include 2014 results. Data taken from Wikipedia Legend’s soundtrack credits include two 2012 box-office hits. For the film version of Steve Harvey’s best-selling book, Think Like a Man, the singer/songwriter contributed the Grammy-nominated “Tonight (Best You’ve Ever Had)” featuring Ludacris. Then Legend took a bluesy turn on “Who Did That to You,” an anthem featured in Academy Award-winning writer/director Quentin Tarantino’s critically acclaimed film Django Unchained.
South Pacific by Hammerstein the second and Joshua Logan is generally considered to be one of the greatest musicals in history, but this musical wasn’t always a Broadway hit! It first started out as the story line of two short stories by James A. Michener from his Pulitzer prize-winning 1948 book, Tales of the South Pacific. When Director Joshua Logan, a World War two veteran, read Michener’s Tales of the South Pacific he decided what a sensation it would be to adapt it for the stage. He and producer Leland Hayward purchased the rights for the work from Michener; they also asked Richard Rodgers to do the honors of to compose the music and Hammerstein the second to write lyrics and the Libretto of the upcoming musical. Both Rodgers and Hammerstein accepted the job and they began transforming the short, but detailed stories “Fo Dolla” and
Some of Woody Allen’s other achievements as a director is he has won the BAFTA award six different times. In case you don’t know the BAFTA is like Britain’s Oscars, so it’s a pretty prestigious award. Woody has won seventy-eight awards overall including the BAFTA and Oscars. (Woody Allen IMDB) As I said before the film director is the most important person in movies. The film director can decide amongst many different types of shots to choose.