As a director, I believe all these theories are useful to learn so that I can have as many options of working as possible. Also in the theatre world, it will be helpful to know these so when other artists talk about how they were trained and other uses of style I can fully understand that. Side note, I did a rasabox workshop in high school and I thought it was such an amazing tool. When I found out that Paula Cole invented it, I freaked out in excitement so I’d love to learn from her about this
It was a big experience for me in my life because of all the responsibility i was given i had to make sure i was ready and dressed wearing the write thing for each of the 5 dances i did. I had to learn how to put away my fear of being in front of so many people. Growing up i was never too close to my mother. We never really talked or hung out. Since i joined dance it gives us something to bond over while she drives me to dance or drives me home we talk about what i learned i show her skills i'm progressing on and she comes to most of my performances.
In Theatre, one must be confident enough with themselves to perform in front of other people and interact with their peers. Everyone is relied upon to memorize what they were taught. If this doesn’t happen, the show simply cannot run smoothly and it is unfair for others that know their parts having the show isn’t going well. Leadership skills come into play when an actor or actress has performed before. They can help others who don’t have the same experiences and so everyone will in the end become more confident with their performances.
Not getting involved with any after school activities and not enjoying my once in a lifetime school experience. I wish I could have done more stuff in my early years or at least join anaheim achieves.When I joined theatre , the best decision of my life, that's when I started to do all the after school activities and with doing all that leaded me to fall in love with theatre. All my hard work had paid off when I was accepted to advance theatre and that class we were involved with everything. with everything at school . It such a magical thing to work on stuff and rehearsal just to perform in front of a audience seeing them smiling and clapping because they enjoyed the show.
About two years ago I was a recreational dancer and all I wanted was to go onto the competitive team. Every class I would work so hard and push my limits so that I could be flexible enough for the competition. Audition day came and I made it onto the team. But a couple weeks later I found out that the dance studio closed. I was so bummed out, and I thought that I would never have that opportunity again.
Junie B. Jones The Musical is about Junie B. Jones’ adventures in first grade. These range from losing old friends and making new, to making the most of an injury, and to finding self-confidence when wearing new glasses. I saw the production at Columbus State University directed and choreographed by Brenda May Ito as part of the Columbus Repertory Theatre. Upon entering the theatre, Tim McGraw’s design makes you immediately feel as if you were there to see a show that appeals to young audiences or to the child inside all of us. The bright colors on the downstage flats along with the purposely inexact lines allude that we are not only there to see a children’s show but are entering a child’s world.
She did it just to fulfill her own dream. Thus, the central theme of this musical is the bossy demanding of a mother is not the best way to treat children. A mother should know with her heart that each child has different talents. Not everybody has an ability to perform on the stage. The song “May We Entertain You” is a great example to see June’s performance compare to Louise when they are on the stage.
As a working adult, I write with a simplistic style about experiences at work and with family, as well as now with school. Currently, I am learning to enjoy writing and to give more of myself to my writing to glean as much as I can from this education. When I was nine years old, I played school with my dolls.
I kept ignoring any conversation with my friends that related to the dance squad team because I did not want to admit to the insecurities that were running through my mind – I pretended that I didn’t want to be on the dance squad, but deep down inside it is all I thought about. It is all I wanted, and that is what I did. Suddenly, I gathered enough confidence (with a lot of encouragement from my friend Ashley) and told myself I will just try out for the dance squad team. By then, a week had already passed, and the girls who signed up had already learned the choreography. I felt as if I would be too behind, and that I wouldn’t be capable of learning the choreography on time.
Whether we cheer on our teammates or pass information like new defenses or offenses, we should never be quiet. Consequently, failure to communicate could result negatively. For example, we might have to run more in practices, in games the opponent may score, or a teammate could get hurt. Having the skill of communication, is the first step in teamwork. Being a group of individual players, a sense of unity has to be formed.
To this day, performance offers me that same joy and freedom, but it has been enhanced by the knowledge that I can help others escape their realities too. That empowerment has facilitated focus in my artistic pursuits and made them my life’s purpose. As I grew, I began dance lessons, sang in more advanced choirs, and auditioned for community theatre shows, performing in my first musical around age seven. I found I loved Musical Theatre far more than any other art form, despite my young age preventing me from articulating this passion. I auditioned for as many shows as possible and faced rejection
It can be hard to accept the past, but it cannot be changed. Sadly I can’t go back and manipulate things to the way I wished them to happen, but what I can do change the future. Although, I know that I will make more mistakes and have some bad days, as long as, I let those things go, I know I will be the best I can be so I can help the team to the best of my ability. I try not to regret the things that have happened to me in my life, whether it is making a bad choice, saying the wrong thing, not doing something I should have done, or something that happened to me. These things have given me the knowledge I have today.
Also, future leaders really need to learn the concept of firm yet fair. This is because, if you are to light, you will be taken advantage of and no one will ever listen to you, but on the other hand, if you are too firm, everyone will start to dislike you therefore not listen to you. It is extremely important to have the perfect balance of both firm and fair. Another point Mrs. Wallace brought up, something I have never thought about before, is using language that people under you can actually unerstand. Which basically means not to use huge words that your group will not understand, beacuse if that happens, again people will get discouraged and probably not understand what is asked of them.
Theater. To the average person, it is just acting, singing and dancing; however, this could not be further from the truth. There are other groups who are as crucial to the show as the actors, if not more. As someone who entered the world of theater much later than the rest of the cast, my eyes have been opened tremendously to the reality of drama. When I first joined stage crew for my school’s spring musical as a sophomore, I was convinced that I knew exactly what went into a production: the cast would do read-throughs of their lines, the stage crew would paint sets and occasionally move a prop or two, the pit band would sit around and look at music, and magically everything would come together.
For example, If you ask me to type or write something up. I will lose you in some parts. It happens to me a lot of my classes, especially English class. All my English teachers have me rewrite something or have me explain myself of what I had wrote because they had got lost and lost sight of what I was trying to