When I attended Shrek the Musical put on by Wylie High Schools Theater Department, I admit that I did not have high expectations. I had always enjoyed the Shrek movies, but was not prepared to witness the green Ogre come to life before my eyes. From the moment the characters marched down the isle of the auditorium, it was evident that many talented people had put time in effort into making this performance enjoyable and memorable. Shrek the Musical consisted of a tremendous cast, beautiful music, awe inspiring scenery in addition to heart felt imagery. The impeccable cast portrayed their characters perfectly, and I cannot imagine anyone being suited for any of the characters.
Our team name was the Cheer Eclipse Comets. This was my tenth season doing competitive cheerleading. People have always told me that Worlds is the most prestigious competition that I will ever get to experience. You don’t realize how amazing it truly is until you see it for yourself. When I made this Worlds team at such a young age, I felt honored and amazed that I got to represent such an amazing team.
Cheer has always been my thing. No one ever will take that away from me I have plenty of awards from cheer and they will never get to take that away. I have loved my cheer girls even tho i have been through plenty of teams everyone was amazing and they always had my bad through everything and I think them so much my favorite year cheering was this year I had some of the best coaches. The coaches helped in any way they could and I think them so much for that. Each year I cheered was great.
Similarly, the United States of America changes time and time again. America never stops evolving into something new. Broadway and musical theatre are no exception to that. Many out-of-this-world musical have made it on Broadway, but some of the greatest hits have been the ones based on the American society they lived in. A musical that is representative of society is something everyone can connect to because they live it every day.
I been with George a long time. He’all come back tonight’”(Steinbeck 71). This reassurance and faith Lennie has in George is very strong and he is very confident in George. This trust is well defined and they obviously have a very strong bond. In conclusion, the trust showed throughout the book is continually improving and creating relationships.
This song was also sung by Charley, Frank, and Mary. Even though this was the last song in the musical overall, this is where the story really began. “Our Time” is sung when Charley and Frank met Mary for the first time and they were all looking into the future that they could all be bounded together in a strong friendship and that Charley and Frank would create very successful musicals. The important lyrics from this song are, “Years from now, we’ll remember and we’ll come back, buy the rooftop and hang a plaque: ‘This is where we began being what we can’” (Sondheim). These lyrics are important because it showed how ambitious the three of them were, as well as it being irony because the audience already knows what happens to the three of them in the future.
Struggles for Disney came back. On May 29, 1941 Disney animators start a strike (Gitlin 98), but it ended in September of that year when Roy Disney negotiated with them (“SLAYMAN”). After this event plans are made to make a Disney themed place, as in the growth of Disney Productions it is found possible. On July 22, 1955, Disneyland, originally to be called Mickey Mouse Village (“Walt”), is opened (Gitlin 99). As the years go by, Walt Disney, his brother and company still grow in their success from Disneyland and their own works.
“Memories of our lives, of our works, and of our deeds will continue in others,” eloquently spoken by Rosa Parks. I have grown and had a stellar time in 5th grade. I have gone to places I have never gone to before. I have done things I have never done before. Three of the most memorable moments I had in 5th grade was going to Catalina Island, going to the California Science Museum, and reading “Shoe Dog.” My first memory I am going to share with you is when we went to Catalina Island for a week.
From 1998 to 2006, Americans enjoyed That 70’s Show. Right now, nostalgia for the 1990’s is at all time high. May I present to you, That 90’s Show. The best part about That 70’s Show was the chemistry between the cast members. Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama breathed life into that show.