Category Archives: Theatre

Friends Episode

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This assignment will be similar to the rhetorical analysis assignment. Instead of analyzing a commercial, for the research paper assignment you will analyze and contextualize a television show; specifically, you will select an episode of the television series Friends, which originally aired from 1994-2004. There are about 236 episodes to choose from, and they are approximately 22 minutes each.  Think about genre (situation comedy).  Examine the time period, social context.  Why was the show so popular? Who is the (intended) audience? What’s important about this particular episode?  Examine this episode within the context of the overall series as well as the culture.  What rhetorical strategies or devices are used?  Support your points with secondary sources (sources written about Friends, and….

The lion King:What can be gained through analyzing film?

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You are encouraged to incorporate writing from your Week Two and Week Three assignments

Stage 1: Analysis

For this stage, you will be analyzing a movie selected from the AFI’s 10 Top 10 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. list. The film you choose can be one that you have previously analyzed in this course. While you are allowed to choose a film that does not come from the AFI lists, you are strongly encouraged to email your professor to receive approval before doing so.

The analysis portion of your paper should be 1500 to 1800 words in length. You should analyze the film through the lens of one of the broad theories you have learned about in class (auteur theory, genre theory,….

Introduction. State that you attended The Tempest. You may wish to characterize your overall experience of the production or talk about what you expected when you went to the show and whether the show met

please see the website i gave you, it is the site for the show information, since the requirement ask me to see the show in this place. https://www.whartoncenter.com/events/detail/the-tempest

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Paragraph 1: Introduction. State that you attended The Tempest. You may wish to characterize your overall experience of the production or talk about what you expected when you went to the show and whether the show met your expectations or surprised you in some way. End this paragraph with a thesis statement that articulates the theme of The Tempest and explains how design elements elucidated this theme.

Paragraph 2: Discuss the scenic design and how it helps to set the mood and tone for the play, and establish locations. You may wish to mention the the theatre space (proscenium,….

Communication

personal statement that presents an accurate and unique picture of you as an individual, with particular attention paid to your academic and career goals. My career goal is to open an art gallery (relate to public relations and building skills for communicating with clients and peers). Also I aim to take over my family’s hotel business (communication studies is useful in hospitality business)To this end, we ask that your personal statement include a clear articulation of how your current and future goals critically engage our department’s objectives (The Communication Studies Department serves these goals by:Creating an environment where students and faculty pursue applied education, scholarship, community engagement, and leadership in civic, corporate, and international arenas.Developing students’ professional competencies to maximize their post-graduation opportunities for career development.Seeing professional development….

the play Medea

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Hello — You will find the play Medea in the module 13.2. Please watch the play and then answer the following questions,

1. Using Aristotle’s definition of story and plot, please explain the major elements of the story of Medea as compared to the plot of the play. What are they key incidents of each? Are they the same? In which way are they different or the same?

2. What did Aristotle say were the six elements of dramatic structure? Using the one he thought most important and one other, discuss how they are developed and used to move the story forward.

3. Opinion: Some say this drama is amoral. Why do you think they say that?

Using Aristotle’s definition of story and plot, please explain the major elements of the story of Medea as compared to the plot of the play

Play link:

Hello — You will find the play Medea in the module 13.2. Please watch the play and then answer the following questions,

1. Using Aristotle’s definition of story and plot, please explain the major elements of the story of Medea as compared to the plot of the play. What are they key incidents of each? Are they the same? In which way are they different or the same?

2. What did Aristotle say were the six elements of dramatic structure? Using the one he thought most important and one other, discuss how they are developed and used to move the story forward.

3. Opinion: Some say this drama is amoral. Why do you think they say that?

What did Aristotle say were the six elements of dramatic structure?

Play link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdtDeZZ4RPk

Hello — You will find the play Medea in the module 13.2. Please watch the play and then answer the following questions,

1. Using Aristotle’s definition of story and plot, please explain the major elements of the story of Medea as compared to the plot of the play. What are they key incidents of each? Are they the same? In which way are they different or the same?

2. What did Aristotle say were the six elements of dramatic structure? Using the one he thought most important and one other, discuss how they are developed and used to move the story forward.

3. Opinion: Some say this drama is amoral. Why do you think they say that?