My Woodstock journey started about three days before the festival was set to begin. A couple of my friends, myself included, heard a promotion for Woodstock on the radio and one day later we decided to pack our bags and hit the road. It was roughly a two hour drive from New York City, where I was living at the time. There we started a week we would never forget. The drive to Bethel wasn’t too bad, it was full of laughs and lots of hash.
About two hours later, the Skeleton Clique (people of the Twenty One Pilots unofficial fanbase) dispersed as the concert came to a close, awestruck by what we had all witnessed. Between all the jumping and belting lyrics, I was completely exhausted, though still jittery from the adrenaline. I was left with the feeling of craving for more live performances by Twenty One Pilots, and hoped that I could go to more concerts in the future. After this summer experience, I have realized that music is something that every person should treasure, no matter their personality. Music is significant in many parts of one’s life, from birth to death.
It has a large central door and two more doors on its both sides which used as an entrance and exit for the actors during the play. At skene there is an upper platform called the “roof” on which the watchman and actors could appears. At both side of the theatron there were parodos which are the paths for the choruses and actors (that representing the messengers or people returning from somewhere far) made their entrance and exit of the orchestra. The eisodoi or parodoi are passageways that led into or away from the orchestra. It also used by the audience to enter and exit the theater before and after the performance.
Ladies wore yellow with dark color shoes, and men wore burgundy clothing. After Cousin Janice finished gathering us together to take snap photos, we jumped in the car, lights flashing, music blasting and drove to the parade. Parade goers were asking, “Have you seen this person or that person?” You could feel the urge of people wanting to reconnect with old friends and family they hadn’t seen in months. My cousins aren 't just parade spectators; they are full participants in the spectacle. Even Big Mama, Janice’s mom, gathers along the street waiting for the floats to pass by.
On all those screens the flames raged and excited faces flickered - the stadium crowds took it for a part of the grandiose unprecedented show and were thrilled even more. I’ve rushed from the edge to the stage’s back and saw Lenin there. He was carried through the stands of frightened musicians to the back exit. I saw him only shortly, and he was still alive. Fomin was supporting his chest, talking to him, and leaning down to listen to him.
Hu's death provided the initial impetus for students to gather in large numbers. In university campuses, many posters appeared eulogizing Hu, calling for a revival of Hu's legacy. Within days, most posters were writing about broader political issues, such as freedom of the press, democracy, and corruption. Small spontaneous gatherings to mourn Hu began on April 15 around Monument to the People's Heroes at Tiananmen Square. On the same day, many students at Peking University (PKU) and Tsinghua University erected shrines, and joined the gathering in Tiananmen Square in a piecemeal fashion.
Creepy Tales debuted on October 30, 2014 in the Breakey Theater on the beautiful campus of Chicago State University. The Breakey is a conventional academic theatre housed in Douglas Hall. The theater mode utilizes a Proscenium Stage which offers the audience a good view from any direction due to its sightlines and raised stage. The seating accommodates 350 people and the small space provides an intimate relationship between the performers and the audience members. The production staged four short plays including Ghost Tale, Hoodoo Tale, Red Death and A Crossroads Tale.
I look at the hundreds of billboards and signs and waving flags trying to figure out what to visit first. Street performers are all over, singing songs, dancing, using household items as instruments, showcasing their unique talents for the whole bustling square to see. The amount of people crossing through the square is huge, as there are many locations in Times Square to either visit or commute to. Soon, night fell, changing the entire atmosphere of the city. The blue sky and beating hot sun are replaced by stars and dim moonlight.
Hay Fever was a comical play with a strong message. The actors throughout this play steadily used others to gain their own attention. The message this play left behind after many laughs was do not use others, plain and simple. The space was a well-constructed thrust stage however, the stage was not raised off the ground and the seats appeared to be mobile which lead to the belief that this is an Environmental Theater. As for the layout of the stage, there was a couch and a table in center stage for the first two acts, a door to the unseen outside front of the house upstage right, there were two large double doors upstage center leading to the backyard garden, and a raised floor upstage left containing a piano, a bookcase and a door leading
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My first experience at the Carolina Country Music Fest was extraordinary. It all started Friday after my friends and I unpacked our stuff at the hotel. After we brief catching up we departed to the Carolina Country Music Fest. During the walk our anticipation grew; Keith Urban was going to plan in less than an hour! As we arrived to the venue, our wrist bands were scanned and we rushed to the stage.
Then, Mr. Sievers announced the next song which was the color guard feature “Lips are Moving” as we were walking in step to our concert formation. As we were playing the song, I was keeping a close eye on Sydney to make sure I wouldn’t fall behind of the rest of the band due to the song having a faster tempo than what we normally play. When we finished the song we went into parade rest as the drumline walked up to the track and performed their drumline feature, a combination of moving around and playing which really gets the crowd cheering. After the crowd died down from the excitement of the drumline we moved on to our closing piece, “Saturday Night’s Alright”. This was my favorite song of the year.
Just about everyone had come to see Navy’s last home football game against Southern Methodist University on Saturday at the stadium next to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Particularly this 3:30 Saturday afternoon game had brought a larger number of people than usual because it was Boy Scout Day at the Naval Academy. Thousands of Boy Scouts from across the region acquired tickets for the big game. Troop leaders also
All in all the albums songs have a rock vibe and is prominent once you listen to the songs. The song “Moby Dick” is interesting to listen to as it has no singing lyrics. It starts off with the guitar and drums and then goes to Bonham playing solo and ends with the same beats and tempo as the beginning. It was said that the reason for the drum solo was for the band members to take a quick smoke break during
In early September my family and I took a trip up to State College, Pennsylvania for the Rutgers Penn State game. Even though it was not the outcome I wanted for my Scarlet Knights, we still had a great time. Just being there for only a couple minutes, I quickly learned that when you travel for an away game with your desired sports team, you are going to feel like the minority. Kickoff was at eight o’clock in the evening, so that meant my day started at eleven in the morning in “Happy Valley.” Driving into the college town, College Avenue was filled with vocal fans and vibrant colors of blue and white. From cheerleaders handing out stickers labeled “Unrivaled” to extremely loud “We Are” chants filling the town, State College was turning into New York City by the second.