Theatre means more to me than just something to do when I get bored or something I need to get through for high
Theater is often considered a social event, because shows have set runs, and many people attend the show before it stops playing in the theatres. Many people often attend shows as a group.
Watching a stage play in person is very helpful for me to leverage what I learned in class and from readings. I think I am a more responsive audience now. Not only I can enjoy the story itself, but also the acting styles of different
The Vicomte Raoul de Chagny, youngest of the Chagny’s, is a childhood friend of Christine Daaé. He met her when she and her father were on vacation in Northern France. At the beach, it was a windy day. Christine’s scarf flew off into the ocean. The young Raoul chases after it, jumps in the freezing ocean, and returns Christine her scarf, soaking wet. This made Christine smile. Soon after , they began spending more and more time with each other, until the end of summer, where they have to partways.
Unlike the movie theatre or internet, where people go to watch movies, theatre removes the screen that creates an intimate connection Continuous movement and dialogue
The French Nobility has been around since the beginning of the Roman Empire. Similar to the Romans, the French organized their state around the nobility and the clergy, not taking into account the massive amount of commoners. The Third Estate was finally created centuries later to help bring order and give common people their own place within society. Charles Loyseau and Isabelle de Charriere are two prime sources that compare French nobility during the 17th and 18th century, leading up to the French Revolution. Charles Loyseau, both a jurist and legal scholar evaluates French society in his writing A Treatise on Orders. In the writing of his treatise, Loyseau describes the “social anatomy of France” in an
Marguerite Blakeney can be quite ruthless at times. When someone is displeasing towards her or something doesn’t go her way she becomes uncivil. After the Countess rejected Marguerite by saying “Suzanne, I forbid you to speak to that woman” (Orczy 11), the reader can tell by her small actions after that she was bothered. As well as “For the moment Marguerite’s sweet face had become as white as the soft fichu which swathed her throat, and a very keen observer might have noted that the hand which held the tall, beribboned stick was clenched, and trembled somewhat” (Orczy 11). Her response was insulting the Countess by saying “Sir Andrew, did you ever see such an unpleasant person? I hope when I grow old I sha’n’t look like that” (Orczy 11). This was also followed by Lady Blakeney mimicking the Countess, so the reader would think Marguerite is ruthless because of her childish and impolite actions due to a minor rejection. Obviously people going against her in any way is a great issue to her, and imagine what she might have done if Suzanne (who was more relaxed in this situation) had not convened with her. Imagine what other impolite or harsh comments or actions she might have added. Nevertheless, this kind of behavior should help the reader see how incredibly ruthless she is at times, however, Other people may believe that she’s quite kind and she just hides her feelings. Readers would think Marguerite is kind due to her act of kindness towards a homeless man by buying him a meal before entering The Fisherman's Rest (Orczy 9). While they have a reasonable position, it’s wrong because that single act of kindness was in reality the only act of kindness she showed for the rest of the
Everyone has a quality that they do not like about themselves. Some people struggle to be social, others may be too controlling of people. The list goes on and on, but the point is that everybody has a particular quality that they must learn to control or else that particular quality can get out of hand. Of course, one could write a list of characters that have major flaws. There is no better example than William Shakespeare’s character, Macbeth, in The Tragedy of Macbeth. Anyone who has ever read it, could easily identify the fatal flaw that the character Macbeth possesses which is greed. Even though many readers can all agree that greed is Macbeth’s fatal flaw, the argument as to whether or not
On February 26th 2016, I went out with my friend to saw this event. It was the first time of my life to be in such production. I was not a fan of theaters. I thought they are boring. Now, my mind has changed because the play was amazing. So, on the next day,
I've been experiencing live productions for my whole life. My relationship with the performers was very strong. Usually, when I see a live production, I look for character development, change, and believability. Bingo:The Winning Musical did not change what I look for in a play, but it did give me a new experience for looking at musicals.
Arts and theatre tickets are not hard to get hold of, especially if you book well in advance. Often, there are special offers that help keep theatre-going well within budget; you can experience the hands-on atmosphere of a theatre production for the price of two visits to the local multiplex. The comfy jeans and popcorn world of cinema is a different arena; with theatre tickets in your pocket, your evening is more promising! Apart from being
I enjoy theatre because it provides insight to understanding humans and their behavior. This is not through lectures and textbooks, but through real experiences on a live stage. The understanding of behavior is shown through performing realistic (or metaphorical) situations that audience members can relate to or learn from. This provides comfort for an audience member to compare their lives to the ones that are spilling onstage. For me as the performer, it also provides a comfort because I can conform into another person and flee from any struggles that I am having in my
The audience roars, the curls roll closed. You can hear the pants from the actors and the people cheering and congratulations as they all walk into the black box. There is a certain rush you get of being there, the lights, the sounds, it all makes your blood pump and your body just get a rush of adrenaline. Theatre has been a big part of my life, and always will be. But it is the people who you do it with and cause that makes it all so
While watching the play, I was confused in the first act because not many details were revealed; however, the second act unveiled more details. The plot twists kept me engaged and wondering who actually killed her husband. The plot may be difficult to follow if you have a short attention span like I do but the theatre provided a paper synopsis at the end if you were still lost. I believe the actress playing Margret did a good job despite being over the top at times. All in all, it was apparent that the actors were having
This reason is because of the setting of the movie. The setting of the movie is in a huge hotel like how the theater, which makes the viewer feel like they are there. However, that is not the only place where that played a hug role also when the scene of the mazes happen it made the effect of the corner of the theater feel as though they were the hedge wall that were closing in. Also just the feeling of fear of other viewer can also play a huge role seeing in theaters better because the viewers can feed off of each others fear or emotions. Seeing in a theater can cause more tension and fear. This can give the viewers a better experience of the movie. The big screen is perfect for a movie like The