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This is an extra credit assignment for my script analysis theater class; you hav

This is an extra credit assignment for my script analysis theater class; you have to write about Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play, and answer the following questions in the essay: what does this play reveal about the nature of theatre as a storytelling medium? What might this reveal about the future of theatre as we face it today? IMPORTANT: this is not a plot-summary essay/book report, so please DO NOT summarize the play and talk only about the…

Directions: Please complete the following questions in response to a “LIVE” Thea

Directions: Please complete the following questions in response to a “LIVE” Theatrical Event (play or musical as approved by the Professor). Proof of ticket stub and program must be photographed, scanned, and uploaded. The questions are as follows: 1) Describe the following Dramatic Components of the “Live” Theatrical Performance: genre, plot (exposition, conflict, climax, denouement), thought (theme), and diction. 2)Describe the Theatrical Design Elements of the “Live” Theatrical Performance: scenic design, costume design, lighting design, sound design, projection design, make-up,…

1. Part I: Watch the video: Invitation to Nohgaku: https://www2.ntj.jac.go.jp/un

1. Part I: Watch the video: Invitation to Nohgaku: https://www2.ntj.jac.go.jp/unesco/noh/en/introduction/ When compared with the theatres we have studied so far, what did you find that is most unique about nohgaku of Japan? (Answer it) 2. Part II: Read the play Atsumori by Zeami that I am sending it right now. And answer it: What would you describe as the dramatic conflict of the play? How is the conflict handled at the end of the play?

Theatrical Events/Theatre in Everyday Life: Reflecting on Scenic, Costume, and L

Theatrical Events/Theatre in Everyday Life: Reflecting on Scenic, Costume, and Lighting Design in Relation to Theme and Mood On the first day of class, we talked about a number of events that incorporate theatrical elements: religious and civic rituals such as weddings, funerals, graduations, or elections; and paratheatrical entertainments such as concerts and sporting events. In this moment when many public events are being canceled, I invite you to reflect on the theatricality of an event you have experienced in…

Your paper should include: INTRODUCTION. (15 pts.) Please list the details of th

Your paper should include: INTRODUCTION. (15 pts.) Please list the details of the production, including the time and date you viewed the performance, the author, the director, all of the designers (costumes, lights, sound, etc). Stage manager? Dramaturg? Did you watch it by yourself, or with others? What were your expectations of watching an online play? Paint the picture for your reader. WHAT SURPRISED YOU(15pts.) How did the show differ from what you expected when you walked in? WHAT MOVED…

Please write the “rising action” of this play. Make it 3-4 minutes long and scri

Please write the "rising action" of this play. Make it 3-4 minutes long and script format. The play plan outlines exactly what to write and what the people before and after you write for some context. Please make it really good and add in some movement and incorporate a song about bullying in it. (do not pick the song, we have already done that. Just do a nice transition from the main character getting bullied to a lipsync.)

https://youtu.be/K07lVisGJSw This first video, DANCEMAKER, looks at the work of

https://youtu.be/K07lVisGJSw This first video, DANCEMAKER, looks at the work of modern (concert) dance choreographer Paul Taylor and his dancers as they travel to India and prepare new work for their annual season in New York City. The academy award-winning documentary gives a very intimate look at company life and the way dances come to be. Your assignment is to write a 2-3 page descriptive commentary on the film, just as you would write a book report.th.jpg Paul Taylor Dance Company…

1. To what extent have formerly under represented groups moved into the mainstre

1. To what extent have formerly under represented groups moved into the mainstream of U.S. theatre? 2. If it is true that Theatre itself is now a sidebar to Western culture, loved by some but ignored by many, how might the form reinvent itself? Should theatre assimilate emerging media into the live experience? How? To what end? (P.S. please answer the question one by one.)

The paper in a Play Critique on the play “SEE ROCK CITY” by Arlene Hutton. It’s

The paper in a Play Critique on the play "SEE ROCK CITY" by Arlene Hutton. It's your evaluation of the play itself. In the play critique the introduction should be about actors, directors, and where you watched the play and what you think the goal of the play is. Then in the body paragraphs You must talk about the costumes, stage setting, music ( if there is any)How did the sound effects and music contribute to the show’s mood?