While this emotion disappear very quickly after the moment when I leave the stage, only peaceful and joyful feeling left in my heart. I was very happy that I could have a chance to join the Mundo Candela, which brought me many challenges, practices as
While attending the Baltimore school of performing arts Tupac studied acting and ballet. The teachers at his school were very intrigued and ecstatic at his level of performance, dedication, potential, and passion. Just at the peak of his upcoming success in acting Tupac learned that he will be moving away again. At the age of sixteen Tupac and his family had moved to Oakland California. During this time he had joined a rap group known as Digital Underground.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is the first live play I have ever attended. I did not know what to anticipate, especially after hearing numerous accidents occurred during rehearsals. I was a bit skeptical about it. However when the play began, the on-point accents, the rowdy fight scenes, and their fluent moves all caught my attention. The facial expressions the actors and actresses exhibited on their glowing faces made the show enjoyable.
The main character is a young dancer with her sights set on performing on Broadway. Peggy Sawyer is a tap dancer from Pennsylvania who moves to New York in 1933 to try and get her first role. Peggy wants a part in the musical ‘Pretty Lady’ but is late for the auditions. After being sent away for not being on time Peggy doesn’t give up and is still able to wow director Julian Marsh.
Praise is to our Heavenly Father for His boundless love and care that have brought us together tonight. We are very proud of being part of Rongotai College. It is a place where we have many opportunities to excel in any field of learning. We learn from each other, and are enriched by all our different cultural backgrounds.
Response Paper 2: Rent In 1994, Rent debuted on Broadway, the first musical to shed light on HIV/AIDs epidemic. Rent, book and lyrics written and music composed by Jonathan Larson. Rent takes place in Manhattan’s East Village and follows a young and impoverished, group of friends who struggle to make it as artists. Rent sheds light on the burdens of young individuals not only living in impoverished conditions but, also living under the shadow of the HIV/AIDs epidemic in the late 1980’s. The central theme to Rent, the struggle for young adults to not only become financially successful enough to literally pay ones rent, but to also be comfortable with themselves and other people.
Although Michael Jackson was a controversial figure; he will ultimately be remembered for his fantastic singing ability and incredible dancing style. Michael Jackson was an incredible singer and a generous volunteer. Not only did he change the music world he also had an effect on society. He captivated the world with his dancing and fashion. He inspired many people in the singing industry right now.
Weddings are front-page news. At their best, they boldly headline love’s expectation of lasting passionate goodness that bridges our days and nights together, as together we grow together and go hopefully together into the unknowable unforeseeable future. So, as we participate in this joyful occasion together—as we dance, sing, laugh, drink, eat and talk, let’s never forget this day’s design and carry its memory with us to gauge the beauty and the truth of all of the relationships that we create together, that we maintain together, that we celebrate together.
In addition, excitement is evident though the verses, “What joy and what pleasure! The long awaited day has come. [..] The awaited precious blessing” The feeling of excitement is evident through word choice “long-awaited” as the readers will imagine themselves of finally having something that they wanted for so long which they will compare to the excitement that is felt in the poem. Furthermore, adoration is the most prominent feeling that is evoked through diction.
Think about the kids who are talented artists, musicians, and actors, who will never get to make a living from their passions because the job market is so competitive. What about the girls who have to fight for a STEM career, or the boys struggling to be taken seriously as artists? The road to success is just a block away from the boulevard of broken dreams. Yet everyone keeps holding on.
Almost all the dance sequences had meaning and furthered the story through the changing tempo of the choreography. Within the dance numbers, Wheeldon used different speeds to display dramatic action. For example, in the first dance number, the slow, broad strokes and the use of stillness exhibited the oppression and devastation of the war. As Paris began to heal, and the leading man discovered art, love and hope for a new beginning, the choreography quickened with sharper movements intimating a whirlwind, as the city rediscovered itself onstage. Wheeldon accomplished with dance what most directors do with text.
The opportunity to perform as a sultry and stupid Latin man seldom presents itself to a 14-year-old white girl. Yet, in the winter of my 8th grade year, I graced the stage for eleven nights as Aldolpho-- a bumbling Spanish lover -- and fake seduced my best friend for a plot to halt a wedding in the musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. Theatre presents wild opportunities. In the eight years of performing, I sung as an operatic wardrobe, sold women to China as a fake Asian, danced as scarecrow who only need a brain, and much, much more. I exist in a world of fake eyelashes, egos the size of Australia, character shoes and confusing cast lists.
Bear Grylls once said “ A man’s pride can be his downfall, and he needs to learn to turn to others for support and guidance.” Gryll’s wise advice can be applied to nearly everyone in society. For example, a man might refuse to use government welfare to buy groceries for his family and let his children starve instead. His pride would destroy the family physically. Pride is a dangerous virtue and can be used to fulfill dreams or destroy them.
The American Dream is something that everybody strives to accomplish throughout their life no matter where they come from. Three people have strived to create the American Dream for other people and not just themselves. These people are Martin Luther King Jr, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Lucretia Mott. Martin Luther King Jr. wanted African Americans to achieve their american dream of being considered equal to whites in every aspect. Elizabeth Stanton and Lucretia Mott strived and rallied for women’s right in society.
Throughout the book Battle Royale characters and objects become allegories for what another life could be. The ideal is fought against by depleting bloodbath control of the citizens by thr Republic of Greater East Asia. The control the establishment had was exemplified by the constant presence and representations of the collars throughout. Some believe the story is an allegory representing the crammed school systems and the stress that is placed on the Japanese adolescents. While those both may have truth Battle Royale additionally paints the picture of American westernization and how that movement represents the downfall of Japanese youth.