Shrek the Musical is a Broadway musical comedy that is created by DreamWorks Theatricals in 2008. It is adapted from Shrek, a 2001 DreamWorks Animation movie, as well as a 1990 children’s literature Shrek! written by William Steig. The original musical is directed by Jason Moore with book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire and music by Jeanine Tesori. After watching the recording version of Shrek the Musical, I consider that it is a successful production if the purpose of this musical is to amuse audiences and bring them an enduring audio-visual feast.
Genetics do not define happiness, but explains the limits to a person’s happiness. The only reason for Kingwell to talk about genetics would be to bring up the definition geneticists have for happiness. Unfortunately, geneticists do not have a definition which satisfies my idea that this section should have been
Pride and Honor in Cyrano de Bergerac Writing Prompt: How does Rostand reveal the significance of pride and honor in 17th century France? Have you ever orchestrated a lucrative fundraiser designed to eradicate famine in a desolate region, liberated a stray kitten from a lifetime of forlorn wandering, or bestowed clothing to the indigent and destitute: actions that you take much pride in? Pride and honor is an integral constituent of the 19th-century tragic play, Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, and it inherently fashions the events, actions, and characters embedded in the play. In the play, Rostand reveals the patent rampancy of the concepts of pride and honor in 17th century France, through the titular character: Cyrano de Bergerac’s
He worked in accordance to Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow written by Washington Irving which reworked by Dion. This play consists of three acts [5, 13/08/2015]. Then Henri Meilhac and Philippe Gille created the French version of this operetta under the title “Rip”. It was written like French libretto and warmly greeted by European audience of the spoken time. Washington Irving with his gentle humor could reached success with the attraction of the creative persons who helped, still helps and will help the thoughts of Irving to live long.
In the musical Hamilton by Lin Manuel Miranda, the writer uses a variety of appeals to connect the audience of today to their past. Throughout the forty six songs used, Miranda uses many different techniques to create a deeper understanding and connection for the beginnings of America in a way a contemporary audience of today can relate to. One example of the unique way Miranda is able to give life to the past is with the song “You’ll Be Back”. It’s constructed in a way that sounds like a person bitter over a breakup and that they’re writing a letter to their ex. Not only does this bring a humorous aspect to the song, in that its sung by King George to America, but it also provides a sense of relatability to its message by simplifying the complexity of politics down to something more human which many more people can understand.
Songs are unique because not only are they poems, but they are musical, so they express much more emotion. Scotty McCreery’s song, “Five More Minutes,” is a great example of how metaphorical and sentimental a simple song can be. The song covers mundane events in the singer’s life, as well as impactful events, and relates them back to the same message; time goes by quickly, so cherish everything you have at the moment. Scotty McCreery recounts personal events, uses unique dialect, repeats key phrases, and uses metaphors to wonderfully convey the tone and message of his song. Most importantly, the artist connects with the audience on a personal level, which is unique and allows him to write in a simplistic manner.
Saddened but determined, Don Jose embarks on a journey to make Carmen his true love again. In a review submitted to the Mansfield News in 1928, the author praises and describes del Rio as a “raven haired, olive skinned sinuous limbed bit of feminine loveliness” (11).
Grease, a very well-known and largely popular musical with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John as the main characters. It’s a Romance about how Danny (John) and Sandy (Olivia) meet over the summer and fall in love, but when summer is over they find out they go to the same school and are in very different social cliques. The rest of the movie is how Sandy changes herself to stay with Danny. While it is a very popular movie, it also has many issues in how it portrays stereotypes of gender and sexualization and a lot of the sexiest generalization and issues can be found in the lyrics of the songs. First off is how the actors are dressed and how there looks are portrayed.
Happiness. What does happiness mean to you? When you hear the word, what do you think of? In Fahrenheit 451, people don’t know what happiness is because they’ve never felt it or experienced it. In my opinion, the people of Fahrenheit 451 are not happy at all.
As mentioned previously, Chopin composed several Nocturnes in his time, his romantic style of writing earning him the title: “poet of the piano”. An example of one of these is his ‘Nocturne No. 5 in F# minor’. The other genres he explored include the polonaise, for example ‘Polonaise in A♭Major’ (Opus 53) which has a powerful melody and is one of his most admired compositions; the waltz, such as his famous ‘Minute Waltz’; and the etude, for example ‘The Revolutionary Etude’, written when he heard Russians had captured his hometown of
And I definitely wouldn 't have fallen completely and utterly in love with him. I wouldn 't know how it would feel to be loved back by Joshua Dun. That 's the thing though. How can one know that love is real? Maybe it 's just a figment of our imaginations.