Your first thought after reading the title of this short story may have been that it is going to be a romantic love story. We have all read stories and watched movies about fairytales that all had happy endings, but this story is much different. In this particular short story it is about the love that two teenagers share for one another. The relationship between the two completely shades all the other important aspects in their lives. The young couple China and Jeremy were always together, they did everything together.
I have seen young kids 13 years old, some in their slightly older teens walking through Target and seeing the latest season of Jersey Shore for sale. And you know what they say when they see it? Mommy/Daddy I love this show, can I please get it. These children are paying attention to this show, they enjoy it, and they are at that stage in their life where they are easily influenced. And when they spend their days watching these “stars” and their horrible habits they are getting influenced and are thinking that acting that way is cool; it isn’t.
The characters of Seinfeld have such great chemistry that we love to watch them, and feel like a part of it. A major flaw with many sitcoms is when the non-main characters get their own plot lines and viewers must endure them while waiting to get to the real meat of the show. Each of the characters of Seinfeld has an equal and valuable role and because of this, none of the sub-plots ever seem boring. The sitcom is rated PG, with mild sexual references, and infrequent course language, therefore would be suitable for viewing between 7.00 pm and 9.00 pm to audiences consisting of young to middle age adults as they are closest to the age of the characters, hence would relate more with the situations and issues
Blood Brothers Evaluation Opening Paragraph: On the 17th of May I went to see an excellent production of ‘Blood Brothers’ at the Phoenix Theatre in the West End. Before I went to see the production I thought the production was just a musical of two brothers who were together, but after seeing it has been running in the production for the last 28 years I think it is because it’s a fantastic production that everyone would want to see again. The main theme of the musical was the separation of the two twins, there were other issues explored, for example love, separation, pregnancy and death. I thought that the most powerful issue in the musical I explored was love because I felt that it was a war between them loving each other. The musical
“The 39 Steps”, is a special kind of Broadway show. These four people change from character to character without losing the audience’s attention and enthusiasm one bit. These actors are so good that they even made the audience laugh without losing their attention on the theme of the play. This is very important in any type of show because actors always want to keep the audience interested and entertained. This was the first show in a while that I have stood awake and paid attention throughout the whole play because of the amount of talent that these actors have that left me in
A Book Of Hilarious Stories: Me Talk Pretty One Day When they say don’t judge a book by its cover, Me Talk Pretty One Day is definitely a book you want to be sure to go by this rule. When picking this book I was really hesitant because the cover looked as if it were going to be uninteresting. Little did I know it would be full of laughter and leave me wanting to read more and more. I loved it! Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris is a book of short stories that is separated into two parts.
Never stop half-way, or give in under pressure. Never be afraid of the competition. Doing this will make you become a stronger person, more determined, and want to succeed at every other dream you have in life. This quote is important in the book because Sam’s dad always told her this when she was little, and after he passed away she used the strength from those words to make it through the rest of her life. “It’s not only about what you wear, but who you are.” As Asrid is saying this over the speakers at the Halloween Ball, everyone there realizes that under their costumes they can be whoever they want for the night.
In reading we would read shortened versions of different types of books. I loved reading so this was my favorite subject. After we would read a book we would have to answer questions about it, sometimes we had to write a whole paragraph! We did all sorts of fun projects like making a diorama of Charlotte’s Web; we even got to watch the movie. Some of the books I really liked so I went to the library and checked out the whole
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.
“To be or not to be… that is the question”. More people know this line than have actually read Shakespeare. It resonates with us, whether we are broody teenagers lounging in our rooms hating our parents, or middle aged women wondering whether our lives are really over…already. My favorite assignment in this class so far has been watching the Hamlet soliloquys. The variation of tone and flavor that an actor can put on these overly famous words is breathtaking.