Film Essay

Part 1: View a feature film made between 1940 – 1970 you have not seen before (or will see later in this class) by a great director. Many directors were active both before and after 1970 so make sure you see a pre-1970 FEATURE fiction film. Suggestion: American directors such as Frank Capra, George Cukor,… Continue reading Film Essay

Play Analysis/ Ball method in Death and the King’s Horseman play

1.First you have to read Backwards and Forwards by Ball. 2. Read the play Death and the King’s Horseman by Soyinka. I have attaching both readings. 3. Using Ball’s method in Backwards and Forwards, please describe the “triggers” and “heaps” that make up the central action of Death and the King’s Horseman. Make sure your… Continue reading Play Analysis/ Ball method in Death and the King’s Horseman play

Rent performance

The review is based on Rent only. Instructions are on the document ; will be checked via turn it in and safeassign

What assumptions did you have about the theatre before completing this course?

What assumptions did you have about the theatre before completing this course? Did your assumptions prove true? If not, how did your perceptions change, and what key elements could you point to which molded your new way of thinking? How do you view the theatre now? This is an opportunity for self-reflection–which is an important… Continue reading What assumptions did you have about the theatre before completing this course?

1. Watch the film “Chiraq (2015)” 2. Read the play “Aristophanes’ Lysistrata” —

1. Watch the film “Chiraq (2015)” 2. Read the play “Aristophanes’ Lysistrata” –attached in files. 3. Read through Morreall’s “Characteristics of Tragedy and Comedy” –attached in files. Assignment: Pick 3-4 characteristics from Morreall’s list for both the above play and the film. Support each with an example from the play and film. Be specific with… Continue reading 1. Watch the film “Chiraq (2015)”
2. Read the play “Aristophanes’ Lysistrata” —

With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women represented on

With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women represented on the stage? What conventions were used to create female characters? Are there any such conventions used today for the representation of women or men in the theatre, cinema, or on television? How will transgender figures such as Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox (“Orange… Continue reading With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women
represented on

With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women represented on

With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women represented on the stage? What conventions were used to create female characters? Are there any such conventions used today for the representation of women or men in the theatre, cinema, or on television? How will transgender figures such as Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox (“Orange… Continue reading With regards to our Benedictine value of respect, How were women
represented on