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  • Summary Of The Tectonic Theater Project

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    In Act 1 of the play, it talks about how the Tectonic Theater Project on November 14, 1998, went to Laramie, Wyoming. The Tectonic Theater Project interview the people that lived in Laramie about the murdered of Matthew Shepard. When they interview the townspeople, they asked about what happened the night they last so Matthew. Some people said that Mathew went with the two boys willingly, but there were people that said that opponent. A bartender said that she saw Matthew before he felt with the

  • Conservatism, By Moises Kaufman And The Tectonic Theater Project

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    world and even define who they are, like the Emancipation Proclamation redefined the lives of millions of African-Americans. However, there are those who oppose it to preserve a detestable status quo. The play The Laramie Project by Moises Kaufman and the Tectonic Theater Project introduces some of those people who live in the quiet town of Laramie, Wyoming. It has been 18 years since the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay resident of Laramie. After that tragedy, has anything changed? One answer

  • Importance Of Internship At Central Park And Theater Project

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    Inc. from October to December. The company produces special events represented by Japan Day @ Central Park and theater projects represented by Tony-nominated Pacific Overtures. The small size of the office and the large scale of the projects provided me opportunities to practice a greater variety of jobs. During my internship, my main tasks were related to their latest theater project, Prince of Broadway and their upcoming special event, Japan Day @ Central Park. There were also many other administrative

  • The Crucilbe: Theater Project. Includes Directorial, Set, Sound, And C

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    I chose Arthur Miller’s The Crucible because of the plot’s dark history and suspense. Also because of the play’s reflection of McCarthyism. The so called “witch-hunts” for communist brought on by Senator Joseph.      The play is set in Salem, Massachusetts, 1692, where suspicions of witchcraft were floating around the town air. Act 1 starts out in early spring and ends in Act 4 when it is late fall. The play opens with Betty Parris sick in bed, and Reverend Parris tending

  • From Extravagant Movie Theatres to Lowly Bomba Houses: Investigating the Degeneration of City Spaces Along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila

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    ABSTRACT Title: From extravagant movie theaters to lowly bomba houses: Investigating the degeneration of city spaces along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila There is a lack of understanding about the overall process of degeneration of city spaces in the Philippine setting, specifically along Claro M. Recto Avenue, Manila. This study addresses this concern by suggesting a functionalist approach, using the theories of Durkheim and Merton, in analyzing the negative consequences and implications

  • It's Expensive to Watch a Movie but It's Worth It Essay

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    The drastic decline of moviegoers is a major concern for the film industry. It's quite shocking that so few people watch movies in theaters anymore. To put it in perspective, Jay Epstein mentioned that "in 1948, 65%, (90 million Americans) of the population watched movies compared to only 10 percent of today's population (30 million Americans)"(Epstein 1). The box office in 2005 has significantly declined in the third quarter by about 7% compared to 2004 and by about 10% in admissions (CNN Entertainment

  • Personal Narrative: Norm Violation Essay

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    King or even a Car Dealership. Well let me tell you that if you guessed any of these you were close but you didn't pin the tail on the donkey. The setting for my Norm Violation took place at several Movie Theaters in Middlesex and Monmouth Counties. The Normative Assumption in any Movie Theater is that you go in,

  • Film and Movie Industry

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    Submit to: TAGSB Administration 27 February 2013 Table of Contents Introduction 3 The Movie Industry in 2008 (Case A) 4 PESTEL Analysis – External Environmental 4 Porter’s five Analysis 4 Profitability Model for movie theaters 4 Key strategic issues facing movie theaters 4 Strategic actions that exhibitions might consider 4 The Movie Industry in 2008 (Case B) 4 Outlook for the movie industry improved by 2011 4 Strategic actions might exhibitors take in 2011 and beyond to improve their situation

  • Positive Impact Of Social Media On The Movie Industry

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    Ever since the successful marketing campaign of “The Blair Witch Project”, studios have progressively marketed their films in social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other forms of websites. This has become more apparent in recent years where films even have their own social media accounts to share and update fans with anything related to the film itself whether it be interviews with the cast, trailers, movie posters, or just to simply interact with their fans. Some movie critics

  • Case Study On Lionsgate

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    They state their interest is in low-cost niche products, but generate substantial revenues from highly expensive film projects that are marketed to the general public such as: The Hunger Games, The Expendables and Twilight. They still invest in niche movies in the horror and international markets, but without their cash cows their performance is limited substantially. This

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