Of course, what would be a Michale Bublé concert without any Sinatra? “You Make Me Feel So Young” and “Come Dance With Me” were two up-tempo songs that definitely brought a shot of energy back to the crowd. One of the highlights of the night was Bublé performance of “Feeling Good”. Watching him sing this particular song was a magical sensation – it felt almost like being brought to life one note at a time. It was then time for him to introduce his band, which was certainly just as dynamic of a performance as the rest of the show.
The Drowsy Chaperone was a very successful musical, and I enjoyed watching the different themes. The cast did an amazing job dancing, singing, acting, and remembering their lines. As I watched, I was truly amazed at how well the play 's layout was done, including the set, props, and lighting. The play was done so well, that I barely noticed any mistakes. The characters made successful physical choices which created the perfect play.
The main reason being, Bernard Woma mentioned multiple times throughout the performance that it is welcome for people to come up and dance with them. In conclusion, this performance from the Saakumu Dance Troupe was energetic and interactive. Therefore, there was audience involvement in the event. The music that was played involved a variety of instruments and dances. It allowed for both the performers and the audiences enjoyment by giving Bloomington residents a touch of a culture that most have never seen before through a musical
I really enjoyed his enthusiasm and love for music, which was very noticeable during his performance. I enjoyed his part in the song and his great skills on the piano. The rhythm of a song allows the audience to add their own motion to the unique beat and “Concord Blues Plus 8” created an entertaining beat that I appreciated greatly. When I was younger I played the piano, so I felt I could relate the most with that instrument and could understand the piano part the best. The songs that were played at the concert added depth to the course because all the musicians were very talented and brought a great jazz experience to the concert.
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.
DeLima sang a parody of “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor. The chorus was “I’m all about that weight, no belly.” This song were about staying healthy physically. It states about eating fresh vegetables and fruits. It had a great response from the audience. Frank DeLima also made a song based on "Happy" by Pharrell Williams.
This selection is fast in tempo and has a lot of repetition which makes it a memorable piece. All in all, it really is an enriching experience seeing musicians perform live instead of listening to them on the radio. You can see the energy and enjoyment they have while playing and having the feedback from the audience. Edy Martinez is an amazing artist with many years of experience. He was professional the entire time and one could tell that he really loves what he does.
Have you ever dreamed about visiting somewhere and you started thinking your life there? Coming to Miami was my biggest dream in my entire life because I see how beautiful it used to be when someone came anywhere from the US and how other people treated them with respects. I guess all immigrants dream about coming to the US, although not everyone wants to come to stay, but I know for sure everyone in other country would like to visit one day. I grew up in a small city with my Mom and my Sister where life was kind of hard for us because My Mom was a single Mother that trying to raise two kids at that time. I have never had a chance to know my Dad because he came to Miami couple months after my Mom got pregnant.
Fort Lauderdale / Miami, USA Sunday 17.12. 2006 I can´t believe it, but it 's here! Despite all the obstacles, such as having no one to go with, a lack of money, my desired trip being sold out, and at the last moment, I was told that we can´t participate if neither of us is 25 years old, the dream day 1 of my Caribbean cruise is here. My American host family ( the one I work for as a live-in nanny) left on Friday for a holiday to Mexico to celebrate the Chanukah, therefore there is no decoration in the house (as opposed to the rest of the US), and it doesn´t seem Holidays are coming in one week from now. But I already have
During these times, I have found that adding orange slices tastes great, too. I like to add sliced up strawberries and blueberries, as well. Some days, I add a little bit of any berries and citrus fruit I have, both separately and in combinations. Remember that adding fresh fruit to your daily water amounts not only tastes great, but is much better for your health than using those powdered drink flavoring mixes that are full of chemicals and artificial
There were moments where each of the elements occurred. Ones that stood out the most and were predominant in this production were believability and fluidity. The performances from Rebecca Rand and Lindsay Simon made this possible, along with the set design and costume design. It was hard not to relate to the love and compassion that took place between Daisy and Violet. It was definitely believable that they were conjoined twins in the fact that they never left each others side.
SON!! thay were so delicious! I was loudly licking my fingers with nobody around but Jesus and he knows my soul. Turn out that truffle oil has this interesting taste. Its like a musty garlic earthy flavor that makes your taste buds hit that Rick Flair “WOOOOOOOO”.