Viewing Instructions Watch the movie Shakespeare in Love from Miramax Pictures. High resolution versions of the film are available for rent or free with subscription on the following streaming platforms: Hulu, Sling TV, fuboTV, Amazon Prime Video, Showtime, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, or Apple TV. After viewing the movie, respond to the topics/questions below based… Continue reading Viewing Instructions
Watch the movie Shakespeare in Love from Miramax Pictures.
In 275 words, write a brief bio on your playwright, including achievements/awards and other plays. *Use bullet points for your draft. Include your “Works Cited” page. Use MLA style for your draft. (See full instructions below in the MLA link). Your draft may include a film of what you have done so far. (Optional).
Analyze ONE of the following films according to cinematography, editing, sound, and performance (acting). How does the film express the characters’ needs and values through these elements? How does it connect to the audience through these elements? Be sure to avoid plot synopsis. Really focus in on reading the film through these ‘lenses’ and THEN… Continue reading Analyze ONE of the following films according to cinematography, editing, sound,
The title of the play is: Student Life at UCSD, A Glimpse Beneath the Surface. Think about: What have you experienced at UCSD that might not be apparent to everyone? Challenges? Celebrations? Relationships? Desired relationships? Tensions? Struggles? Dreams? Accomplishments? Distractions… FIRST, Briefly Answer the 4 questions below. Then follow the instructions to write the scene.… Continue reading The title of the play is: Student Life at UCSD, A Glimpse Beneath the Surface.
The final paper is designed to test your cinematic analysis skills, particularly your ability to perform a close analysis and contemplate how the filmmaking choices contribute to what the film is saying or doing as a whole. This assignment is a more thorough version of the second Scene Analysis assignment. Except, this time around, you… Continue reading The final paper is designed to test your cinematic analysis skills, particularly
Title “Why Theatre is important”. Is basically a letter to the school board as to why I think theatre is important.
Response Paper #1 – Antigone or Menaechmus Brothers – Please write a 500 word response paper on the play Antigone by sophocles. please identify social issues in the play and then provide concrete examples in the world today which illustrate those social issues. Social issues can include (but are not limited to) such things as… Continue reading Response Paper #1 – Antigone or Menaechmus Brothers – Please write a 500 word re
– Research assignment on Kabuki – Once you have chosen your theatre form – research! You will need to at least provide three sources in a short bibliography where you found information (Scholaryly sources please)! Things to discuss in your paper: When was this theatre form first documented? When was it thought to have begun?… Continue reading – Research assignment on Kabuki
– Once you have chosen your theatre form – resea
INSTRUCTIONS Use the link or copy-and-paste it below for the YouTube video “Buried Child-Sam Shepard-2016” Buried Child – Sam Shepard- 2016 Broadway – YouTube (Links to an external site.) Once you’re in, watch the recorded play. It’s approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes. Then, answer the five questions/prompts below. You must provide specific examples from… Continue reading INSTRUCTIONS
Use the link or copy-and-paste it below for the YouTube video “Buri
Response to video recording of a live performance of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM by William Shakespeare, directed by Julie Taymor, 2014. This is a much longer and complicated assignment than the response to Buried Child. To make sure you understand what you’re doing and why, please read all the information before and after the prompt… Continue reading Response to video recording of a live performance of
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM