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Students will create a presentation (ie: PowerPoint of equivalent) that includes

Students will create a presentation (ie: PowerPoint of equivalent) that includes:
Research images (minimum of 10 – approximately 3 images per design discipline)
Basic groundplan of scenic layout (creating a model or diorama of the scenery will count towards extra credit)
Character collages or renderings of three (3) costume looks (ie: 1 look each for 3 characters)
List of basic descriiptive lighting cues, including the general look of the cue (ie: how the stage will appear in that lighting)
One audio file – music or environmental – to be used for preshow and/or intermission [uploaded with presentation or a link to a YouTube video is acceptable]

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Theater studies

Students will create a presentation (ie: PowerPoint of equivalent) that includes

Students will create a presentation (ie: PowerPoint of equivalent) that includes:
Research images (minimum of 10 – approximately 3 images per design discipline)
Basic groundplan of scenic layout (creating a model or diorama of the scenery will count towards extra credit)
Character collages or renderings of three (3) costume looks (ie: 1 look each for 3 characters)
List of basic descriiptive lighting cues, including the general look of the cue (ie: how the stage will appear in that lighting)
One audio file – music or environmental – to be used for preshow and/or intermission [uploaded with presentation or a link to a YouTube video is acceptable]

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1) how your thinking about a specific idea or concept in theatre and performance

1) how your thinking about a specific idea or concept in theatre and performance studies has changed over the course of the semester; and 2) why you think that shift is important. Please note that you must speak to the concept/idea’s resonance in both aesthetic (i.e. theatrical/art) spaces and everyday/social spaces.
Please choose one of the following terms/concepts. While you may necessarily refer to other concepts in your essay, the focus should undeniably be on your chosen concept:
Performance
Space
Time
Spectatorship
History
Memory
Body
In your essay, you must make detailed reference to and engage with at least 3 items from the syllabus or class (texts, performances, podcasts etc.), and at least 2 must be texts. The strongest essays will pull from more than one week/module. You may use more than 3 syllabus/class items if you choose, however I strongly advise you not use more than 4. Prioritize the quality and depth of your engagement over the quantity of texts/performances, and please make sure that your references to them are specific and properly cited––both when you summarize major points and when you use direct quotations. Please do not substantially use any outside sources (i.e. texts, websites, books, articles that we did not cover in class), except if necessary in passing to make your larger points.
In all aspects of this essay, please be as specific as possible and avoid vague statements!
Each time you use a text/performance/podcast/etc., you should precisely describe what it is/who wrote it/who performed it/what it does/what it argues/what it’s about (as a way to demonstrate that you understand it), however the goal is to use the texts/performances as a way to narrate how your thinking has changed, as well as whose ideas/works have helped you along in that process. As such, try to find a balance between writing about the texts/performances themselves and narrating their impact on your thinking, as well as the broader implications of your shift in thinking.
Possible ways to frame the broader implications of your shift in thinking include: is this shift important politically? If so, how, why, in which contexts? Is it important for theatre makers, theatre-goers, scholars, educators, someone else? In which contexts? Is it important historically? If so, how, why, and in which contexts? Is this shift important socially or culturally? How, why, for whom? What new questions does this shift allow us to ask? What does this shift allow us to think about or “see” that we couldn’t before? What does this shift do to hierarchies or to the ways we value or frame certain kinds of art-making or art-makers? How does this shift change the ways we think/about or engage with “X”?
As you can see, there are a lot of ways to think and talk about this, but one way of framing all of it is to ask: what does this shift do and what are this shift’s (social, political, historical, or cultural) stakes, as you understand them? Why, how, and in which contexts does this shift matter?

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Please read the instruction carefully and do the following. You will get two mov

Please read the instruction carefully and do the following. You will get two movies to watch. After watching these movies, please read the movie notes and the instructions on how to submit a good paper; it is worth 30% of my final grade, so please be aware that this assignment it’s only one attempt.

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READ: Freeing the Natural Voice by Kristin Linklater (pages assigned in class f

READ:
Freeing the Natural Voice by Kristin Linklater (pages assigned in class from this semester
and last semester). *This book is in our school library*
Freeing Shakespeare’s Voice by Kristin Linklater (pages assigned in class). *This book is in
our school library*
The play by William Shakespeare from which your character is found.
THINK:
Consider the play and the journey of your character. Think about what elements of the play
and the character drew you to choose them. Think about possible personal connections
that you may have to the play and the character. Or does the contrast to you spark your
interest. Observe how the voice work and the performance exercises helped you explore
and further connect to your character.
WRITE:
Write an opening – This will consist of two to three paragraphs. The first paragraph(s) will
explore why you choose this play and character? The second paragraph(s) will give the
background and circumstances of the character.
Text – Drop in the text (monologue). Make sure to include your notes.
Main Content – This will consist of two to three paragraphs. The fist paragraph(s) will explore
what has shifted and changed in your characters circumstances throughout the monologue. The
second paragraph(s) will explore what shifts and changes occur for you as an actor throughout
the monologue. (Vocally, physically, and emotionally).
Write a conclusion – This will consist of two to three paragraphs. Write on the journey that the
character has taken on throughout the monologue. The second paragraph(s) you will write on
how this piece helped you grow as an actor, Consider the elements of voice, mind, and body.
***Give direct quotes (3 to 4) from Kristin Linklater (either of her books) or your research
material. You can add these into your paragraphs.
REQUIREMENTS:
• 600 to 800 words. The text (monologue) and scholarly quotes do not count.
• Must be typed. Nothing handwritten will be accepted.
• Have your name, date, and title at the beginning of your paper.
Have four cited sources. They can be from either of Kristin Linklater’s books – “Freeing the
Natural Voice” or “Freeing Shakespeare’s Voice”. You may use other cited sources but be
sure to have at least two from Kristin since we have been using her books this semester.
Spell her name correctly. Quote her accurately.
7. Have a bibliography. Cite your sources as well the Shakespeare play addition that you used
for your text (monologue). Make sure to cite your sources properly and accurately.
8. Proofread your paper. Spelling and grammar count.
bibliography page too please

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choose any two or three dance numbers concert link https://drive.google.com/file

choose any two or three dance numbers
concert link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JAbFPsF7SzuyHunRicYL8kFaTUrFbDTG/view

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1. You have to read the play Edufa by Efua Sutherland. (I’m sending you right no

1. You have to read the play Edufa by Efua Sutherland. (I’m sending you right now)
Then I need you make the following play analysis:
2. I need you make Given Circumstances for all characters. I am sending you what is Given circumstances? and also examples of this in other play (The Cherry Orchard). So you do it with the characters of this play Edufa.
Abena: Edufa’s sister
Edufa
Seguwa: household member
Ampoma: Edufa’s wife
Kankam: Edufa’s father
Chorus of women from the town
Senchi: Edufa’s friend
Sam: An idiot servant
3. I need you make the World of the play analysis (Fuchs).
I am sending you Visit to a Small planet by Fuchs that you have to read this method of analysis to understand how to analyze the play. And also I am sending you samples in other play, so you have the idea to do it. Do not pretend to do an essay, this is just an intelligent play analysis in the same way and form as I send it to you please.
Also, Some questions maybe can help you to make it.
This is the world of the play.
(Fuchs): it is the method in which we are going to do the following:
What is the weather? Is it cold or hot? Does the play take place in a single day or over the span of a couple years? Are there mythological creatures like dragons or is it set in a very realistic setting? stuff like that.
-In Given Circumstances I need you answer for each character the following:
Why does she have these colors?
Why does she have this dress?
Who is she? What is this character?
explain who is this character and what is their journey? Who is she and why does this costume express her character?
I have already sent you the methods concepts and samples.Ok if you have any question just let me know please

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I need a three page double spaced essay about a movie of my choice. I will be a

I need a three page double spaced essay about a movie of my choice. I will be attaching further instructions in my files.

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1. You have to read the play Edufa by Efua Sutherland. (I’m sending you right no

1. You have to read the play Edufa by Efua Sutherland. (I’m sending you right now)
Then I need you make the following play analysis:
2. I need you make Given Circumstances for all characters. I am sending you what is Given circumstances? and also examples of this in other play (The Cherry Orchard). So you do it with the characters of this play Edufa.
Abena: Edufa’s sister
Edufa
Seguwa: household member
Ampoma: Edufa’s wife
Kankam: Edufa’s father
Chorus of women from the town
Senchi: Edufa’s friend
Sam: An idiot servant
3. I need you make the World of the play analysis (Fuchs).
I am sending you Visit to a Small planet by Fuchs that you have to read this method of analysis to understand how to analyze the play. And also I am sending you samples in other play, so you have the idea to do it. Do not pretend to do an essay, this is just an intelligent play analysis in the same way and form as I send it to you please.
Also, Some questions maybe can help you to make it.
This is the world of the play.
(Fuchs): it is the method in which we are going to do the following:
What is the weather? Is it cold or hot? Does the play take place in a single day or over the span of a couple years? Are there mythological creatures like dragons or is it set in a very realistic setting? stuff like that.
-In Given Circumstances I need you answer for each character the following:
Why does she have these colors?
Why does she have this dress?
Who is she? What is this character?
explain who is this character and what is their journey? Who is she and why does this costume express her character?
I have already sent you the methods concepts and samples.Ok if you have any question just let me know please

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Theater studies

choose any two or three dance numbers concert link https://drive.google.com/file

choose any two or three dance numbers
concert link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JAbFPsF7SzuyHunRicYL8kFaTUrFbDTG/view