Character bios were listed for every single cast member and all the crew members were listed in the program as well. WSU’s production of The Light in the Piazza was truly an amazing performance. The set, the acting, and the lighting were the three things that stood out the most to me during the performance. The set was very minimal yet it worked very well.
They have a lot of skills that made them good actors and actresses, such as when they sing and act orderly in the same time. There acting made the play very funny and good In conclusion, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson play was very enthusiastic, and it was totally worth seeing it. Music has the most important role in the play, and how it touched the audiences' feelings. The stage size was very helpful to make the actors and the actresses move easily.
Whenever a scene changed, they used the lighting to change the setting into a theme that fit the play. Another great thing that they did was adding additional sound effects when needed. For example they had sound effects such as knocking on doors, and sounds from the tollbooth. On the down side, I think that they lacked the amount of extra effects needed. They did do a great job on adding in the disco ball to wrap up the play, but I do think they could have added more.
The musical biopic is a style of film that has never faded away. Audiences never tire of hearing the stories of the actors and performers that they grew up listening to and watching, and whether those performers are portrayed by other actors or by themselves, something about the dramatization and magnification of their stories draws the viewer in a powerful way. These movies still carry the glitz and glamour of a fictional Hollywood musical, but the fact that the stories behind them are so concrete, so memorable, and so fascinating is what makes them stand out from a more untrue set of events. Judy Garland is one of the most revered Hollywood stars, so it is only fitting that one of the earliest musical biopics was hers. Unlike some later
Through his lyrics you start to not only hear but feel their struggle and love for each other as family. The production starts with the opening song, In the Heights, that sets up the entire tone of the production. The opening song is long with a mix of singing and acting allowing you to understand the backstory. Each song from the opening to the finale will have you want to jump up and dance along with the cast.
It brings everyone with a love of theater together. I want to work alongside the other officers to make Thespian Honor Society run smoothly and to create wonderful shows that give the Centereach music department the wonderful reputation that it already
Energy: There was a lot of energy put into this performance. Since this was a musical, with dancing and singing the need for a great amount of energy to make the play more enjoyable for the crowd important and this show (and the actors) did a great job with it. Inky showed energy in his character in that this character’s energy grew throughout the story. He didn’t have a lot of energy in the beginning because he didn’t have a lot of self-confidence in himself, but as princess Penelope encouraged him to think of himself as a here, he started to build up more energy as a character.
Describe you experience with this workshop! The Musical Theatre Workshop was one of my favorite because it combined dancing, singing, acting and music to communicate a range of emotion to tell stories through these elements about love, pain, happiness, grief, anger and humor. Each element of Musical Theatre plays of one another. In other words, the music and singing elevates the dance to convey a message to the audience.
I personally believe that Michael Mack does a wonderful job throughout his speech to the college freshmen. I for one believe that he strongly was able to get his point across to the freshmen and perhaps even help them learn to enjoy the thrill of reading his works. In the second paragraph Mack relates Shakespeare to music which in a way is exactly true. Shakespeare to me is interesting in and of itself however for others it may not be quite so. For those types of people looking at Shakespeare in comparison to music may help them to open their eyes and see the beauty of it all.
The things I find interesting are those that are creative and engage the imagination and also engages the mind and heart. Because of this my interests range from the fine arts such as art,dance,music,literature and theatre to books on self- help and spirituality. My interests are what engage and capture me as a whole. My overarching career goal is to be a successful musical theatre performer. I hope to achieve this by learning as much as I can, and giving everything I have to the art form.
By the first half of act 1, I was sold on the dancer 's professionalism and obvious commitment. The piece “HAPATAP” demonstrated both of these with its complex steps and facial energy. Although it demonstrated two important aspects of a performance, it could have used the space more. Staying in the same spots, made the piece feel impersonal and slightly robotic.
Principles/Characters: the elements of the book Night by Elie Wiesel I enjoyed most was how he used this words to create an almost movie like imagery. And how his emotions were almost surreal. Elie does a great all around job in this book. Personally I enjoyed Moishe The Beadle the most due to how deep of a thinker he was and how the questions he asked really made you think.
It is titled Heavenbound. The play was written, directed, and produced by Don B. Welch and was performed at Wilshire Ebell Theatre. I enjoyed myself for for almost the entire play with very few exceptions. The production had a well put together storyline and was very funny, conveying a true meaning of what God has in store after death for different people. Although, the play was a great success there were a few small adjustments that could have be made to make the show that much better.