In my opinion, the writers of this show are genius. The show has theater quality effects, but it's not a movie, it's made for TV, bonus! The world of Teen Wolf is a very large universe and it often increases in size which maintains the excitement of watching the series. It's a universe where hunters are in constant competition against the wolves and Scott and his friends are caught in the middle. The writers keep you on the edge of your seat by holding your focus.
In fact, the actual dialogue was, “Let’s cross this bridge together, like a metaphor.” Wylie High School’s production of Shrek the Musical definitely exceeded my expectations. I have a new respect for the time and effort these students put into the production. When the entire cast came together to sing the final song from the movie “I’m a Believer”, I realized that the entire cast and crew had done just that, they had made me a believer of their amazing
After trying out various different instruments, I settled on the flute and quickly fell in love. Joining band had an immense and almost immediate impact on my life. Before being in band I had never had a talent that I felt completely confident in. I enjoyed practicing and spent many hours trying to improve my musical ability. In
They had no trouble coming up to me and asking for my name. That made me realize if they can do it, so can I. My contribution to the FNLM Program was exciting and challenging but overall it was a great program to be in. Meeting new people and mentoring 8th graders so they can have a stress free and peer pressure free life while in high school and out of high school was amazing. It was a time for me to learn,to feel comfortable around people and talk freely.
I am really good with grammar and easy stuff like nouns and pronouns and FANBOYS, but when it comes to the ACT, it becomes really difficult. I wasn’t very confident when I was taking the practice test, and I did really bad on the actual test. I know that it hurt my grade, but I can only hope for the best now, and do everything I possibly can to fix it. My favorite story would most likely be “The Crucible” because I could actually understand what was going on most of the time. I loved the plot and how all the characters fell together in the story.
I even performed the poems at showcases at my school. I feel that my poem Welcome to the United States of America had a significant impact on the audience. A lot of people commented on it after the showcase and even some have mentioned the poem to me recently even though it's been almost a year since I performed it. I wanted people to respect others regardless of race, gender, sexuality, religion, place they came from and mental health as well as other differences a person may possess. I wanted to encourage people to work together with others who may be completely different from themselves.
Can you really imagine life without different personalities and opinions? It would just be the same old boring routine every day. On the other hand, The Crucible, by Arthur Miller has many different characters that really are overwhelming due to all of the unexpected events that occur. This drama really grabs your attention, every sentence that you read makes you want to keep on reading due to the commotion in the dialogue. For instance, I really enjoy the characters because each one of them actually reminds me of people that I know in person and how they act.
For this reason, it had always been in the back of my mind, that all plays and musicals were dry, boring and pointless. Interestingly enough, that all changed as the performance was going on, and ended. The tone, playfulness, was the main reason I had enjoyed or at the very least, changed my view on these types of events. Kasey Wayda who was the lead actress in this musical was playing the part of Elle Woods. Kasey is very talented and knew how to keep the crowd alive and keep laughing.
Authors, song writers, poets, playwrights, lyricists, narrators, painters, and directors all have one thing in common: storytelling. These people have the ability to take their knowledge and tools given to tell a clear story to an audience, whether they be in a theatre, gallery, or bookstore. What most people don 't realize is that there are many more storytellers in the world. We live deep down and come out when the lights shine on us...lighting designers are a great example. As a senior in high school, I have been gifted with theatre as a life-changing event.
A Significant Place My experiences in musical theater are significant to me due to all the positive impacts it has had on my life. Being a part of musicals has grown my confidence by helping me overcome my stutter and stage fright. It also helped improve my school performances school, along with increasing my interest in creativity and all the parts of a performance the audience docent see. My first encounter with musical theater was when I was in elementary school. I was convinced by my mother to audition for the school 's performance of Seussical The Musical.
Our Director encouraged other groups to follow the Flutes lead and to try some of the same things. The beginning of the year was fantastic, we were all having fun and enjoying being together. However, there was one person in my section that did not get on board with the bonding everyone else was doing. No matter how we tried to include her she would not come to things and was angry that the section leader position had not gone to her. Although this experience was not a pleasant one, I learned a lot about how to deal with people and what it means to be a leader.
Due to the long practices, the members are usually exhausted, but proud of each other and how hard they have worked. “I feel like everyone can definitely improve, but in the end every practice is worth going to,” commented Jessy. “All the adrenaline we build up from practices goes into competitions so it’s worth it in the end,” added sophomore Coco