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My Career Path
There are many career paths to be taken when trying to decide what would best suit my skillset, but
when you know your personality type it narrows those multitude of career paths down to what most
others with your personality would be successful at in the job world. The personality I was listed as
is an ESFP, people who have my personality typically go into the entertainment franchise. Seeing as
how I have always wanted to be a musician and write music I have chosen my career path as a
performer. I chose this path because I am at my happiest when I am writing music and it is very
challenging to be successful as a performer which encourages me to keep writing so that one day I
can achieve my greatest goal. That goal is to become known worldwide and create music that
everyone listens to and enjoys with the same passion and love. Being a performer you have many
job duties but the most important and essential are entertaining guests and interacting with them,
keeping audiences alive and making sure that they enjoy every showcase of acts, and of course
striking poses with customers for taking of pictures. Performers always know how to present
themselves to an adoring crowd, what to say to keep them involved and wanting more. The material
a performer uses for their show must be flashy and continual, to keep audiences entertained, but also
relevant to the situation and be able to feel emotion from the crowd so they can provide the right
response. As a performer though you may
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The Music And Dance Concert
The World Music and Dance Concert series this year was diverse in their expression of the different
countries represented. For example, countries such as Haiti, The United Kingdom, North India,
China and many African countries were represented during the performance. Between both their
representation of typical music and dances performed, the concert accurately depicted what a typical
scenario in each country would look like. The atmosphere of the performance can be described as
exciting and optimistic. I was interested to see what the concert would entail; I was pleasantly
surprised with what I witnessed. The first performance was titled Mande Medley. The musical
performance was extremely upbeat and fast paced, and it captured the ... Show more content on
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Oppositely, while more towards the front of the stage there was a group of dancers performing. All
dressed in different colors, they performed together dancing to the beat of the songs sung. There
were two guys both dressed in white, while the girls all had on colorful outfits. This piece kept the
audience's attention because of all that was happening created an appealing visual for people to
watch. Eventually, the dancers left, leaving the A cappella group to set forward and allowing them to
perform separately. They performed a modern–day song that according to the pamphlet was released
in the United Kingdom, and it turned out to be a song that was a chart topper. The fourth
performance can be described as poetry, dance and music all combined. This section included three
separate performances going onstage at the same time. There was dancing performed by Zelma
badu–Younge. While the musical portion was performed by Paschal Yao Younge and Azuguno, and
the poem part was spoken by Abla Dzifa Gomashie who moved around the stage as she spoke. She
questions what it means to be, and make a woman a woman. This piece captured the audience's
attention by having separate events going onstage, so nothing was ever still. The music dictated the
pace of the dancing on stage. Eventually, once the music picked up so did the dancing and the
speaking on stage. More towards the end of the performance both women on stage began to dance
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My Career Path

  • 1. My Career Path There are many career paths to be taken when trying to decide what would best suit my skillset, but when you know your personality type it narrows those multitude of career paths down to what most others with your personality would be successful at in the job world. The personality I was listed as is an ESFP, people who have my personality typically go into the entertainment franchise. Seeing as how I have always wanted to be a musician and write music I have chosen my career path as a performer. I chose this path because I am at my happiest when I am writing music and it is very challenging to be successful as a performer which encourages me to keep writing so that one day I can achieve my greatest goal. That goal is to become known worldwide and create music that everyone listens to and enjoys with the same passion and love. Being a performer you have many job duties but the most important and essential are entertaining guests and interacting with them, keeping audiences alive and making sure that they enjoy every showcase of acts, and of course striking poses with customers for taking of pictures. Performers always know how to present themselves to an adoring crowd, what to say to keep them involved and wanting more. The material a performer uses for their show must be flashy and continual, to keep audiences entertained, but also relevant to the situation and be able to feel emotion from the crowd so they can provide the right response. As a performer though you may ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Music And Dance Concert The World Music and Dance Concert series this year was diverse in their expression of the different countries represented. For example, countries such as Haiti, The United Kingdom, North India, China and many African countries were represented during the performance. Between both their representation of typical music and dances performed, the concert accurately depicted what a typical scenario in each country would look like. The atmosphere of the performance can be described as exciting and optimistic. I was interested to see what the concert would entail; I was pleasantly surprised with what I witnessed. The first performance was titled Mande Medley. The musical performance was extremely upbeat and fast paced, and it captured the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Oppositely, while more towards the front of the stage there was a group of dancers performing. All dressed in different colors, they performed together dancing to the beat of the songs sung. There were two guys both dressed in white, while the girls all had on colorful outfits. This piece kept the audience's attention because of all that was happening created an appealing visual for people to watch. Eventually, the dancers left, leaving the A cappella group to set forward and allowing them to perform separately. They performed a modern–day song that according to the pamphlet was released in the United Kingdom, and it turned out to be a song that was a chart topper. The fourth performance can be described as poetry, dance and music all combined. This section included three separate performances going onstage at the same time. There was dancing performed by Zelma badu–Younge. While the musical portion was performed by Paschal Yao Younge and Azuguno, and the poem part was spoken by Abla Dzifa Gomashie who moved around the stage as she spoke. She questions what it means to be, and make a woman a woman. This piece captured the audience's attention by having separate events going onstage, so nothing was ever still. The music dictated the pace of the dancing on stage. Eventually, once the music picked up so did the dancing and the speaking on stage. More towards the end of the performance both women on stage began to dance ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Macbeth Essay Exam Prompt 10: Equivocation In The Play Rachel Garlock Mr. Kalos CP English 12 09 February 2017 PROMPT #10: DISCUSS THE ROLE OF EQUIVOCATION IN THE PLAY Macbeth Essay Exam Prompt 10 Shakespeare was well–known for the many writings he composed throughout his lifetime. He was coherent in his writing allowing for his message to be clear, but he used equivocations to add several aspects into his writings, such as in Macbeth. Shakespeare used equivocations throughout the play to establish aspects like dramatic irony, a dark mood, and deception of the main characters, and satire. These aspects are what made the play unique and why the play of Macbeth has intrigued many for thousands of years. Macbeth is intriguing for readers because most people have the knowledge that by the end of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, before his death, Macbeth comes to the realization that the witches have used ambiguous language to conceal the truth from him. He recognizes that his mother did have him naturally, and that Birnam Wood did actually move up the hill while soldiers cut down boughs to shield themselves during their attack. Ludicrously, Macbeth was framed for his obliteration. In addition, one of the witches did equivocate by telling Macbeth to "Beware Macduff!", but he was too amaurotic to realize that in between all of the deception that he was being told the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. What Role Does Ballet Play In The Swan Ballet played an enormous role in this beautiful artistic story of The Swan, for the very simple reason that every movement and every gesture signifies a different experience for someone who is opening up your mind, and eyes that they're attempting to escape death. The ballet is not about a ballerina being able to transform herself into a swan, but about death, with the swan simply being a metaphor for that. Watching Svetlana Zakharova performing The Swan she really used a combination of masterful technique with expressiveness. It was like she was proving that dance could and should satisfy not only the eye, but through the medium of the eye should penetrate the soul. If you sit back, close your eyes, and just listen to the musical tempo ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Mga Chamber Listening Analysis Essay The MGA Chamber Singers Performance: Critical Analysis On Thursday, April 21, 2016, I attended a concert of the MGA Chamber Singers, along with about fifty to seventy–five other attendees. The 27 members of the MGA Chamber Singers, along with director Rebecca Lanning and pianists Gail Pollock and Tom Rule presented their musical ensemble at 7:30 P.M. in the Arts Complex Rehearsal Hall on the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University. They presented twenty–one different compositions with a broad range of composers, including John Coates Jr., Aaron Copeland, Robert Schumann, John Rutter, and Franz Shubert. To begin the concert, the Chamber Singers sang three Norwegian Folk Songs: "Sulla Lulla," "The Night Bird," and "Goatherd's Song." All are written by John Coates Jr. John Coates Jr., born in 1938, began "playing piano quite young and studied at Mannes College of Music and the Dalcroze School of Music" (Yanow). In 1955, he recorded a few compositions and from 1956 to 1958 "toured with Charlie Ventura. After graduating from Rutgers in 1962, he worked for a music publisher in Delaware Water Gap as a composer/arranger" (Yanow). In 1974, he recorded a set of compositions for Omnisound and made a few records from 1977 to 1980 "before going back to his low ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With goals of becoming a pianist, he ended up settling as a composer and musical writer due to his paralysis. Although he felt he failed at many things, he "was one of the great composers of the nineteenth century" and "was the quintessential artist whose life and work embody the idea of romanticism in music. His brilliant collections of short piano pieces have attained the elusive union of music and poetry which romantic poets and musicians defined as the ultimate goal of art" ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. 50 Minute Multidisciplinary Narrative Live Performance Proposal for a 50 minute multidisciplinary narrative live performance. Techniques of physical theatre, dance, improvisation, poetry, aerial, video projection are used, style rules negated. Live voting/audio response systems to illustrate active choices of the audience. Visualised statistics to confront the audience and evoke a critical discussion about the choices made are considered. Gradually the fourth wall should be penetrated to a point, where the performer dissolves with the spectator and invert the view on the performance body and the social relation expected. As aerial apparatus, silk is used as analogy to the skin to which the human is attached to. The human performing body as performance vehicle that fulfils the expectations of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 3. Discourse with the audience "The experience of any performance is situated in the body, in the meeting place between the audience as a concrete group of individuals and the here and now of the performance" . The audience's experience is one of my main focuses. During my show "A Cage of Skin" I challenged the audience by addressing them directly. A colleague wrote after the show: "I wasn't sure if you did want us to respond, and also it's quite daunting being asked by an artist what we think of their show right in the middle of it! It was un–nerving, but perhaps that what you wanted! ". And yes, it was my intention to make them feel uncomfortable. I would like to explore more the direct dialog with the audience, to challenge or to include. I am cautious about immersive theatre as I want a positive experience for everyone even when my performance practice is not target ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Celine Dion's Song Analysis: R & B/Soul Written by J. Johnson In 2015, we've seen some amazing talent from the squared circle to center stage of music halls. Some have shown their true colors that can't go unnoticed especially when they have the heart and drive to become nothing, but the best. Whitney Tai became a member of our family back in 2014 and every since we've seen the blossoming of an amazing artist. Whitney has taken her music to a whole new level that can't stop her. As she performs in the New York City nightlife she gets higher and higher on the ladder of success. Her image in the eyes of many will remain positive the more she grows into her own, shining among the pioneers of R&B/Soul. All year long the diamond in the rough has been shaped into a diamond that shines ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It's a hip R&B/soul track that gives you the feeling of simply dancing. Tai, Kern, & Meier takes the essence of both genre to a level that can be beautiful, graceful, and edgy all at the same time. You can't argue good music when you hear it. On December 20th she will be performing her latest album "Metamorphosis" at the Rockwood Music Hall live, she's released an ebook about her poetry and inner thoughts to share with the fans that have supported her since day one, Next year Tai is set to perform LIVE at the Cake Shop in NYC. The beautifully talented; Whitney Tai | Credit: original owner(s) The beautifully talented; Whitney Tai | Credit: original ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. La Farce de Maitre Pathelin- the character of Guillemette La Farce de Maitre Pierre Pathelin has been called "a little masterpiece". In comparison to most earlier works of French medieval literature, it is highly complex in many aspects. In the words of Cazamian, "a high level of artistic creation is reached." This essay will focus on Guillemette and study both her role in the play, and the complex nature of this character. Such a study should give the reader an idea of the plays "high level of artistic creation", and also illustrate some of the many witty double meanings and underlying messages that are present right throughout the Farce. Although Guillemette appears in only four of the ten scenes of the Farce (according to the scene division in the modern French translation), she is much more ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In scene V, a similar comparison can be made between the intelligence of Guillemette and that of the drapier. It is true that Guillemette has the advantage over the drapier in that she is at home and Pathelin is on her side against the drapier; but one would still assume that a crafty tradesman would be more quick–witted than a simple housewife. Yet, as already noted above, Guillemette manages to completely outsmart and deceive the drapier, leaving him dumbfounded. In this scene, as in scenes I and III, Guillemette's cleverness is clear. So Guillemette comes across as more intelligent than the other main characters in the play; and, unlike them, she is not the victim of trickery. The result of this is that Guillemette is the character with whom the audience can identify with most closely. In a play such as the Farce, where there is no narrator, one of the characters often plays the role of an intermediary between the characters and the audience. Such a character encourages the audience to feel more involved in the play and to see it as a reflection of their own society. In the Farce and it is Guillemette who plays this role, and it is in this way that she is most important. At no point does she address the audience ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Carol King Musical Analysis The play that I went to see was Beautiful: The Carol King Musical. I attended opening night of this play on Tuesday, February 21st of this year. This musical is about the true and remarkable story of her uprising career. Carol started off as a song writer when she was only a teen writing with her future husband, Gerry Goffin. The play is about an extraordinary person who battles everyday issues, but ultimately overcomes the odds and adversities thrown at her. With her talent in music and singing; Carol King went on to have one of the most successful solo acts in music history. King's story is truly inspiring and this play attributes to her legacy not just as an artist but also a person. The play's genre is musical theatre because singing and dancing are essential parts of the play. The director's purpose of this play was to tell in great detail the life of American artist Carol King. The play was performed at the lovely Peace Center. The Peace Center, which is a great fine arts theatre in downtown Greenville. Has a stage that is known as a Proscenium stage with large curtains from floor to ceiling. The sets varied from an office setting with a piano that was where Carol and her husband would write music in the couple's home. The interesting thing about the set was that it all was centered on and around her piano. The props were mainly the piano which could be seen in every scene. In the office the props also consisted of a desk and some other different items you ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Essay On Kabir Kala Manch After the Gujarat riots, which was a three–day period of inter–communal violence between the Hindus and Muslims in the western Indian state of Gujarat. A group of students came together and formed Kabir Kala Manch. A cultural group which, through their music and poetry, took up the cause of social inequality by making people aware on various social issues through their street plays in the city. They fearlessly encourage listeners to oppose government policies promoting economic liberation that conserve India's social economic division. Some ways of distributing their points towards the public such as their song "My Mother", "Rohith Vemula" which comments on the death of democracy, and "Sadhya Patta Bhumigat" published by Lokvangmay ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They perform across the country in slums, university auditoriums and theater venues. But despite these performances unfortunately some of their recent shows were cancelled due to people who believe that the group threatens national security since they openly critique the state. Due to this happening, different members of the Kabir Kala Manch have been imprisoned since 2011. Just recently some of the members were actually recently released this year during the month of January. One of the troupe's famous songs is about the suicide death of Rohith Vemula. The scholar from Hyderabad University who committed suicide. The song comments on the death of democracy, Sheetal Sathe who is the founder and member of the cultural troupe sings about how casteism which is prejudice or antagonism against someone, blocks the education system and about how it placed restrictions on education. Sathe unfortunately was in jail for three months on the charge that she and her husband were Maoists which is a type of communist party in India. Sheetal Sathe was arrested when she was 6 months pregnant. Due to her health conditions, she was let out on bail when she was over 8 months pregnant. The couple and other members of KKM arrested themselves voluntarily. Sathe joined KKM soon after its formation in 2002. Mali her husband joined a year later, by leaving his job to become a full–time activist. The group which is clearly left leaning, has stated ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Research Paper On Slam Poetry Slam poetry Slam poetry is one of the many forms of art where people express their feelings by writing them down and sharing them with other people. In 1984 Smith a constuction worker was hosting poetry reading in a jazz club in Chicago. Mac made up a gimmick to bring life to his open–mic formal; his idea was to match up poets against each other as in a fight. It was in 1986 when slam poetry was born and has been going on ever since. Accoding to the Oxford dictionary (1994 : 194) slam poetry is a competition where poets read, recite,and perform original work alone or as a team before an audience who act as judges they are judged at a scale of 0–10. The following essay is about slam poetry and will provide a brief biography on Maya Wegerif a South African slam poety. The main focus will be on the poet's body of work and performance style. Lastly I will analize one of Wegerif's peom. I will also include my own slam poem. Maya is a young mixed race South Africa woman born in Limpopo in a township called Shirley 21 years ago. Wegerif started writing at the age of 11. Her first published poem was titled Life. At an early stage Wegerif was writing something in her diary, unfortunately she cannot remember. Her mother found it read it and submitted it into a poetry competition which started her journey in poetry. Seyirma (2013)points out ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Wegerif uses different facial expressions; this can be seen in the video Why you talk so white? (2013) and The networking site (2013) both these poems can be classified as the political subject matter because in both so white(2013) where she changes her face when she wants to emphasize on emotions like; sad, angry, happy. Wegerif also uses different voice styles when introducing a different character in her poem. Her voice pitch and speed also plays a role in her performance this can be seen when the poet indicates being angry, she increases the voice volume and speaks ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Beltway Poetry Slam Analysis I attended the Beltway Poetry Slam which was held at the Busboys and Poets in Brookland NE. During the poetry slam, I silently took notes in the back of the room and I made sure I was not interrupting the scenery. Before walking in, I didn't know what to expect. I choose to go to the Beltway Poetry Slam, because I would have the opportunity to hear and feel the poets' raw emotions. Before walking in, I thought the poetry slam would have more of a competitive aspect. There was very little competition and the poets didn't try to rebut or argue back. This experience helped dispel some of my preconceived notions about how poetry slams work. I thought all poetry slams are hyper–competitive and but the poets who performed seemed as though they enjoyed being on stage and they didn't seemed stressed. During my time at Beltway Poetry Slam, I realized there were several common trends. All of the poets were Black/African American and they brought up the negative problems pertaining to the community such as abuse, rape, police brutality, violence, black women struggles, etc; essentially becoming the themes of the poetry slam. These poets noted whether they have ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... His words filled with energy and it was so powerful. Moman tried to use the hashtag in his poem as an analogy for being happy. I felt as though Moman's poem had an underlying message about police brutality and he was urging the audience to not respond to the harassment people of color are receiving. He ends the poem with the final quote, "bravery is black joy". The last line was inspiring for me. Bravery is a feeling that is hard for me to emulate at times and his statement is a good reminder for me. The uses of the hashtag painted deeper meaning for me. Social media is a powerful tool and can be used for good or bad; in this context, Moman used the hashtag to paint happiness and joy through his free verse ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. American Dance Report On September 10th, I had the pleasure of attending the Shapiro and Smith Dance. The performance was a series of different dance numbers that used different elements of sound and movements to promote their ideas. The first dance was called "Dance with Two Army Blankets." The dance used old army blankets as props to throw the dancers around the stage. Often, the blankets were used to throw these dancers away from other people who they were trying to reach, as if their experiences with war made it difficult for them to connect with others. This danced was followed by "Jack," a dance between two men and played around with all the fairy tales and rhymes that were about men named Jack. The usage of poetry and spoken word in a dance was a new concept to me, with no set rhythm that a normal song would present it was interesting how the dancers used the beats of the voice ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The dancers in "Jack" had used pre recorded poetry while the two ladies of "Pat A Cake" relied only on what sounds they could make through stomping, clapping, snapping, as well as their own words. They had no other sound other than what they could create. This created an almost intimate atmosphere, and the distance between dancer and audience felt less because the normal "glam" that is used to separate those on stage from those in the house was gone. The following dance, however, went back to what I was expecting to see at a dance show. "To Have and To Hold" was a number dedicated to "those we have loved and lost but not forgotten," to quote my program. The music was entirely instrumental and the mood of the music was used to dictate mood of the dance. After the more cheerful and humorous "Jack" and "Pat A Cake" this dance felt heavier. Even the moments of joy when the dancers were, literally, sliding across the stage, there was a sorrowful undertone as if the joy wouldn't last for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. The Ancient Greek Chorus Influence On Modern Theatre Referred to as 'the mouthpiece of society and morality', (E. Karayannakos, The Actors and The Chorus, 2007), the Ancient Greek chorus used a range of vocal techniques and elements, which have influenced and shaped western theatre as it is today (M. Mendenhall, Greek Theatre Influences on Modern Theatre, 2012). From 7th Century BC to 4th Century BC, Greek choruses are particularly renowned for their approach in engaging the audience with the context of a play. (B. Simpson, Development of Greek Theatre, 2007), Specifically, vocal techniques played a main role in this engagement (A. Thompson, The Ancient Greek Chorus and Elements of Choral Speaking, 2012) and are why this investigation is focused upon them. Primary data was collected through an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Antigone believes that humanity or natural laws have priority over Creon's laws and disobeys his instructions accordingly. Her pride ensures that she will die rather than renounce her beliefs, thereby bringing further tragedy to other characters (J. Jennings, Summary of Antigone, 2011). Antigone is a tragic play about defiance, law, death and love (B. Honig, Antigone Interrupted, 2013, pg. 6). These elements make Antigone one of the most tragic plays in Ancient Greek Theatre as multiple deaths of main characters occur within the traditional texts. In order to convey these elements the chorus had a vital role in the process of the play. In 'Antigone', the chorus at times would directly affect the action on. The chorus would interact with the actors on stage physically, and through text which aloud a personal link and connection with the audience on stage (R. Shoutez, The Function of The Chorus, 2010). Artistic Director, Howard Jenson from The Indiana University states: "In Classical Greek plays, the chorus IS the main character." (H. Jenson, Artistic Director, Indiana University – Directing Greek Theatre, 2011) which supports the statement of the importance of the chorus within Ancient Greek ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 57. Analysis Of Edward Albee's The Sandbox In Betty Keller's Tea Party, Alma, a seventy–five year old woman, and Hester Evans, a seventy–nine year old woman are sisters that share a home together. In their old age and due to Hester being a cripple, the Evans sisters are confined to their home almost all the time. The small amount of excitement they do get, is from the neighborhood paperboy that they occasionally get to speak to. It is made quite obvious at the beginning of the drama, that the two women are starved of attention and company, it is made so obvious by their eagerness and restlessness about the fact that the paperboy will be arriving soon. While Alama watches the boy make his way down the street the two try to decide what story they tell the young lad when he arrives at their porch. While throwing out ideas they argue about the details about the story and whether the story is appropriate for the young man to hear. Unfortunately the paperboy must not have time for the old timers stories because as he passes he throws the paper on the porch and continues on without checking with the Evans sisters for collecting outgoing bills. So the Evans sisters are forced to wait for their next opportunity for attention. In Edward Albee's The Sandbox the characters are to treat each other with dry and little emotion as possible. The play itself is about the performance of a very poor play. The two characters, Mommy and Daddy are bringing Grandma to peacefully pass away by a quiet beach side. Throughout the play the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 61. Use Of Lighting In Epic Theatre Epic Theatre Lighting in Epic Theatre was used to create a non–naturalistic environment. In realistic theatre the lighting is used to establish the place, time, season etc, but in epic theatre it was used to keep the world as far away from reality as possible, with lighting not reflecting the world in which the audience live in. Bright, white lighting is often used to establish the non–naturalistic nature of epic theatre worlds as well as being un–emotional as colorful lighting would illicit emotional responses from the audience and ultimately wouldn't alienate and illicit analysis from the audience. It also allows the audience to focus on the plays keep themes and message as it doesn't distract the audience as it bland and basic. As well ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The members of surrealist movement were heavily affected by the events of world war one as they felt an ever increasing skepticism of the social structures that had allowed for global warfare. This caused Artaud to come to the understanding that the unconscious mind was a source of artistic truth, which he later implemented in his theory of the theatre of cruelty. Artaud saw traditional theatre at the time to be narrow, so he decided to break away from it and the surrealist movement, where he created the theater of cruelty, which would delve into the subconscious decisions of human mistreatment, such as the decisions behind world war ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 65. My Senior Year Of High School My senior year of high school and I still felt like a freshman. The typical freshman vibe of not fitting in due to the fact that I was a new kid in school and the majority of people had been there since junior kindergarten. These four years at Cannon School have been an emotional rollercoaster. Due to the fact that I couldn't find any friends for the first two years. I thought that I would find a group that I could hang out with but, it didn't seem like I was fitingt into any of the cliques. I had trouble maintaining good grades and overall, I was dealing with loss in my family and depression. As a last ditch effort to be more outgoing in high school, I decided to go to the black history performance interest meeting. The performance was about a month away. This meeting was a student led interest meeting we're we all thought of what we wanted to do. I thought for a few minutes to see what I would feel comfortable doing. Since the only place I felt comfortable at school was in my poetry class. I decided to do poetry since that is one of the few things that I felt like I was good at, poetry at the time gave me a since of security and taught me how to be confident in my own skin, it was helping me become comfortable in my own voice. The only problem with this was I had never performed any of my poems in front of anyone before. Deciding to perform poetry in front of my school soon became one of the most important days of my life. After the meeting two weeks had passed and I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. A Relationship With A Woman I was 50 years old and hadn 't been to bed with a woman for four years. I had no women friends. I looked at them as I passed them on the streets or wherever I saw them, but I looked at them without yearning and with a sense of futility. I masturbated regularly, but the idea of having a relationship with a woman–– even on non–sexual terms––was beyond my imagination. I had a 6 year old daughter born out of wedlock. She lived with her mother and I paid child support. I had been married years before at the age of 35. That marriage lasted two and one half years. My wife divorced me. I had been in love only once. She had died of acute alcoholism. She died at 48 when I was 38. My wife had been 12 years younger than I. I believe that she too is dead now, although I 'm not sure. She wrote me a long letter each Christmas for 6 years after the divorce. I never responded. . . . I 'm not sure when I first saw Lydia Vance. It was about 6 years ago and I had just quit a twelve year job as a postal clerk and was trying to be a writer. I was terrified and drank more than ever. I was attempting my first novel. I drank a pint of whiskey and two six packs of beer each night while writing. I smoked cheap cigars and typed and drank and listened to classical music on the radio until dawn. I set a goal of ten pages a night but I never knew until the next day how many pages I had written. I 'd get up in the morning, vomit, then walk to the front room and look on the couch to see how many pages were ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. How To Respond To The Little Fugue 1. The fugue is a polyphonic music that is based on one main theme, called a "subject". The fugue presents only a single mood with a continuous flow. Starting with a monophonic texture voice follows with imitative "answers". The repetition of subject is constantly throughout the piece, separating with "episodes". I think they were popular because the fugues is easy to remember with their repetition of the subject. Though it is constantly repeating with one melodic line, the music is not bored but extremely exciting with their skillful technique of variations. Comparing to jazz, the fugue has the same technique of adding lots of impressive variations, however, it is still fluent and related to the subject. For example, the fugue has four different variation of subject, which is inversion, retrograde, augmentation and diminution. In jazz, these technique are often used in improvisation. Both music present a single mood, and remain smooth throughout the piece with the plenty variations. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After listening to the Little Fugue, I notice a few things. To begin with the obvious parts, the typical form of fugue is clear in the music. The subject is passed from soprano to bass at the start of the music. The texture is changed from monophonic to polyphonic music by following with the countersubject right after the subject is played in a voice. This result in the much shorter and quicker note of countersubject usually stay in a higher range of voice constructing a luxurious feeling to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 77. The Performance Of The Performing Arts The performing arts give and enhance many traits in a person's life. Students involved in theater prepares students for later–in–life experiences. Participation also makes people feel a certain belonging to society. Students learn new skills: increased intelligence, and the ability to connect and read others' emotions. Participation in the performing arts gives people experience, the feeling of belonging, and new skills. Firstly, students participating in theater gain experiences for later careers. For example, someone who understands an audition would know what to expect in a job or college interview. Assisting in a performance, even on the technical side, can also improve the ability to withstand stress and being put in a position under pressure (Mintz). This also expands one's capacity for thinking and knowledge about the performing arts and gives students a greater appreciation for the arts. They gain new abilities and endure more of the hardships in their lives. Problem solving is a definite trait gained for the teamwork and leadership roles many must take on in productions. This prepares them for their career and the hardships and pressure they must endure. Some people even view the performing arts as transcendent experience, giving them a new way to look at life as a whole, making it a spiritual experience. Also performing enhances one's speaking ability, or public speaking. This is extremely useful later in life when, for example, one has to give a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 81. Globe Theater Essay "Unlike today's spectacles, a Shakespearean playhouse–goer really had to use their imagination; there were no backdrops, no lighting to speak of, horrific acoustics, and few, if any, props"("Shaking it up with Shakespeare"4). You really had to imagine a performance going on in the Globe, you weren't just going to sit down and watch you had to think about what was going on. When the theater was just beginning, people thought it might be for the worse, but really it made them closer with the people around them and taught them a lot about literature. The Globe theater was one of the only theaters that was a big open amphitheater, that wasn't as private as other Elizabethan theaters. During the Elizabethan time, the Globe theater impacted the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Yet, at the same time, the Globe was grand even in the eyes of Elizabethan society's most powerful and prosperous leaders"(Locklear 1). When someone would walk into the Globe you would see a range of diverse people, when people call it a "little world",it was filled with inspirational and powerful leaders. One of the reasons the Globe stood out it that it welcomed all ranges of people, from people paying "But while the Globe Theatre, and indeed, the entire Elizabethan theater scene opened its doors to the low life of the pits, it also accommodated an audience of higher–status, well–heeled, and better educated individuals" (Locklear 1). Even though it was a good growth between the connection of the social classes, there was some controversy between the people. The more educated and higher up people were always the "boss" of the audience. When the people were discussing the performance and the education from it, the wealthier peoples opinions mattered most. The reason they mattered most was because the lower social classes weren't going to speak out and go against the more educated ones. The time was not ready for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 85. Ask Your Mama Analysis The Langston Hughes Project Ask Your Mama:12 Moods for Jazz filled Sursa Hall on Wednesday, February 17, 2016. Around 7:30 p.m. the show started with three spoken word poets. These poets set the tone for the night, which was story telling through poetry and song. Throughout the whole twelve moods of jazz, a story was told. Throughout the concert, the crowd got to experience a variety of feelings. A fast tempo usually resulted in a fun upbeat feel, while a slow tempo usually left the audience with a more relaxed or even sad feel. The Ron McCurdy Quartet and the Ball State Symphony Orchestra left the audience in awe at the end of the night. Around 8:00 p.m. the crowd set in anticipation waiting for the jazz portion of the night to begin. Then ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We all enjoyed snapping along with McCurdy and the beat. The flute and violin created a beautiful harmony. Mood 10: Bird in Orbit had a violent and explosive beat. The bass and drums were more pronounced in this set. The tempo was up and this mood was very loud. Mood 11: Jazztet Muted had a fast tempo that created a dynamic feel. The flute would call and the drums would respond. The use of call and respond made the piece feel very well put together. This mood mainly focused on a smooth piano solo and a flute solo. Mood 12: Show Fare, Please was the last mood for the night. The rhythm section maintained a steady tempo. The audience, including myself, enjoyed clapping along with the beat. Ron McCurdy plays the trumpet wonderfully along with the orchestra in this energetic and happy tune. Yet another compelling trumpet solo to finish off the concert wonderfully. Ultimately, the performance of The Langston Hughes Project Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz successfully told the story of struggling blacks in the 1960s. The Ron McCurdy Quartet, the Spoken Word Poets, and the Ball State Symphony Orchestra made the show very enjoyable for the crowd. The audience was told a story, but the jazz music made them feel it. I thoroughly enjoyed this concert, and I left with more of an appreciation for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 89. Rap Vs Rap Genre Although millions of people listen to music everyday, many people never take notice of how many genres exist throughout the world. Two genres that take popular notice in the music industry, that may be considered as "opposite sides of the coin", the genres can easily be compared and contrasted, no matter which compare or contrast side is favored. The Broadway genre, which is notably alongside musical theatrics, or simply theatrics in general, is not only for the sophisticated population in it's essence, but is even favored by adolescents of all ages. Due to the variety of musicals that have been created throughout the past one hundred years, there is a musical for any type of person, no matter how much or how little they favor the Broadway genre. The rap genre, however, can seem extremely different from most genres of music. Nevertheless, if a person finds an area of the rap genre that comes to their own liking, they may come to the realization that not all of it is the same, which can be true. Typically, rap, which stands for "rhythm and poetry", has a fast paced, recurring beat, with a vocalist rhythmically speaking patterned lyrics throughout a song. In many popular songs today, rap can take up an entire song, or simply be put in a single verse in another vocalist's performance. Although the rap genre and Broadway genre are slightly similar in terms of the music production, they are, however, significantly different in the way that they are performed, and the reasons why ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 93. West Philly Youth Night: A Short Story Not many 10 year olds are introduced to slam poetry. Fortunately for me , I wasn't one of those 10 year olds who lacked that experience. After performing at a show on South Street, my cousin suggested that I perform at a slam in West Philly that was strictly for the youth. It was called Philly Youth Night.The only place in the city where Philadelphia youth can share their voices in the city. I was more than excited to showcase my talents in front of other people. On the way to the slam , which was at The Rotunda in West Philly, I exuded eagerness the whole way there. The thought of me slamming in front of other poets and excited a crowd left me in awe.My cousin and his friends are trying to easily put down my aspirations of participating in a slam tonight. Telling me slams takes a lot of preparation that I didn't put in. I retorted with me saying I was more than talented enough to hang with the best poets in the city. I only heard snickers at the idea of me being able to pull that considering my age. About a rough 15 minutes later, we finally arrive at The Rotunda. The building towered over the group of people hanging out in front of it. As soon I walk in , I immediately feel ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... That was beyond easier said than done, because you had to be at least 13 to slam. Meanwhile my 10 year old body refused to turned away to just a mere open mic performance. I want to scale my talents against other people despite age across the city. I was told to find Greg Corbin to find a way to slam. Greg is the founder of PYPM the organization that runs this event. He told me that I should probably sit out this slam and believe that I wasn't ready like everyone else. Like everyone else, I retorted but the difference this time I responded with a poem. Greg was impressed , he said I was good, but questioned if I was truly ready. I spoke with so much conviction it eventually had him put on the list to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 97. College Admissions Essay: My Love For Theatre Just as we cannot pinpoint the exact moment we learn our own names, I can't recall when my love for theatre began, but it must have been around the same time. I don't remember a time I hadn't been fascinated by storytelling and performance. This childhood amusement only strengthened when I started going to school and we'd put on plays for parents, and started reading and discussing literature later on. To me theatre means the perfect alliance of performance, art and academics. It represents to me all the every–day aspects of life while also holding artistic value. My love for literature comes from my unwillingness to be bored. I was born and grew up in Hungary and started learning English when I was 10. I have considerable experience in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 101. Charlie Parker Essay The recording I listened to was the poem "Charlie Parker" performed by Jack Kerouac and Steve Allen. This performance is accompanied by a musical rendition that relates to the poem's content, as the poem is about musician Charlie Parker. Kerouac is performing this poem in memoriam of the musician. Kerouac describes Charlie Parker in an affluent manner to attest to his musical reverence, such as calling him "a great musician". The sound of the poem and the meaning are greatly intertwined with one another. The sound is musical and whimsical in nature, as the music playing compliments the poem performance. The meaning of the poem is about the great musician Charlie Parker and a testament to his life. So the music that accompanies this meaningful ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I thought that Kerouac's musical tone of voice accompanying the music playing really gave the experience of listening to a song rather than a poetry performance. It had a nice flow to the performance that added to the songlike feel to this performance when listening to it. I especially heard this tone in lines, such as "we blop and we plop". The use of sound imagery helps in relating the songlike feel to poetry to the actual musician who is at the center of the poem's content and meaning. This is not the only imagery seen in the poem, as there are multiple points in the poem. Kerouac uses imagery as a way to immerse in the poem to give the reader mental images about Charlie Parker. This can be seen at the beginning of the poem when Kerouac is describing Charlie Parker, such as the line "Charlie Parker looked like Buddha." Kerouac also used imagery to describe the music of Charlie Parker as well. Kerouac describes the experience of listening to Charlie Parker play in lines such as "like the perfect cry of some wild gang at a jam session Wail! Whap!". This type of imagery gives the feeling of being at one of the great musician's performances. This poetry performance was one full of meaning and emotion. The music helped assist in creating this experience of emotion and meaning to the poem's content. The imagery also stands out in this performance to help create the vision of emotion and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 105. Tap Dance History Dance is an art form that is interpreted into many different styles around the world. Whether it is used for a traditional ceremony or just for the sake of it, dance is something that brings people together. Dance is done with music or you are creating the dance yourself which is what I enjoy doing and that would be tap. You are the one creating these beats and percussions while dancing. Even with this prior knowledge with dance styles like tap and ones similar to it, I like to learn about different things that are not known as much, foreign dance styles. Because of this, I have chosen tap as my familiar dance form and Ardah as my unfamiliar dance form. Tap dancing is form of dance that uses the sounds of tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Africans also used this type of dance to communicate with others. They used to do this type of dance to express their religious beliefs. In the 11 years that I have been dancing, the greatest part of my attention has been spent on the development and control of the variety of tones that can be produced by Taps of the heels and soles on the floor and against each other (Knowles 14). Tap dance began to appear in stage dance through shows in the1890's. After the civil war, many minstrel shows were created which became into the Broadway musical and tap dance. Movies were then using tap dances and they were also using tap dances in musicals. The creation of jazz music also influenced tap dance by creating styles that used a lot of improvisation. Tap dancing was used more and more in shows and performances. Back then, Slaves would have competitions on plantations and the owners would place bets on the best performers. In 1739, a law was passed that the slaves were not allowed to use drums at all. Since they were no longer allowed, they started using their feet against other things to make noise. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 109. What Is Slam Poetry SOUTH AFRICAN SLAM POETRY Healing and entertaining people through rhythmic storytelling are the corner stone of slam poetry. Slam poetry is a type of type poetry where people read their poems without props, costumes or music (A Brief Guide to slam poetry. 2004). It is usually original work that talks about themes and subject that people can relate to. Invented in the 1980s by a Chicago construction worker named March Smith, it started as a form of storytelling and they used rhythm to make it entertaining (What is slam poetry? .2013). The essay is about a South African poet Koleka Putuma within details about biographical background of the poet's life, body of work, performance style and analysis of her poem that will be provided. Koleka Putuma ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... http://tedxcapetown.org/speaker/koleka–putuma Poem tittle: I am a performer I am a performer, perfectly portraying the pain Of people who are perpetrated, I dance for the dark man Struggled, I sing with my voice so loud for the heroes of my land. I feel the pain they felt as I say what they said and do what they did. Why are you amazed by the way I curse so confidently? Forgive me I'm just a performer perfectly portraying the pain of those who were patronized. I am dressed in the spirit of men and women who exist in imaginative People's minds, just a character, even sometimes I feel not real but it's the love that keeps me believing, am I not the gift that keeps on giving? These steps I walk on stage have meaning. Sometimes I swear at God, forgive me if I'm sinning but I'm just a performer who perfectly Portray the pride of the people who perished. Reciting the world's feelings, their sadness I keep healing, see I'm not always sad and angry sometimes I leave them laughing because I am a comedian. Am not amazing? I hold the Earth's emotions I say words that move nations, sometimes I am silent but they can hear me, because the pandemonium in my heart says everything. Can't you see I am a performer perfectly portraying ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 113. Summary Of Ted Talk By Jah Kay In the TED Talk Sarah Kay performs a spoken–word poetry piece of hers titled "If I should have a daughter". She performs this piece for three minutes and afterwards goes on to examine her journey into spoken word poetry. Throughout her examination of her journey she talks about how she started, how she helps others with starting, and how she realizes that she was meant to be a spoken word poet. At the end she performs one last poem to give more background about her life and poetry. Sarah Kay structures the whole speech and performance to have a consistent flow. She keeps her audience engaged by telling interesting stories and jokes. The way Sarah Kay transitions through this TED talk seems that she is showing her passion for spoken word poetry. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 117. African-Caribbean Concert Report Last week, I went to an African–Caribbean Concert located in Lee Hall Auditorium at Florida A&M University. There were so many great performances starting with little girls dancing to African music and ending with people dancing to the beat of drums. There was a total of ten performances at the concert and I liked that there was a variety of ways to showcase the talents. Instead of only dancing, there was poetry, and singing. Out of the ten performances, there were three that really had my attention throughout the whole performance. These three performances were Excellence Funga Alfia "Wanderlust Journey" by Excellence dance studio, the featured performance by the school of dance at Florida State University, and the song selections by Paula ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 121. Physical Theatre Performance Analysation "Audiences today want a real experience in their live performance, because they can get great script based entertainment at home, through various new media sources. Traditional theatre, which appeals on a mental, and hopefully also emotional level, has not been enough to compete with other media, and audiences have been declining. Physical theatre, by contrast appeals to the audience on a physical and emotional level, providing a much more immediate experience than traditional theatre" ~ (Artmedia Publishing in Zen Zen Zo's "The Tempest" Teacher's Notes) "...Then you realise that theatre is a more personal experience." (Stephen Atkins, Dante's Inferno Director) After viewing Zen Zen Zo's physical theatre reincarnation of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The audience then became lost and frightened as there were no signs leading them to their next destination, once again forcing them to partake in the performance. This physicalisation not only successfully involved the contemporary audience, but demonstrated the necessity of physical composition to give audiences that real experience. This use of physical composition provided immediate reaction and emotional expression through action and contrast. These elements ultimately enhanced the mood and symbolism of the performance, allowing audiences to not only partake in the production on an intimate level but also on an emotional level. Another way in which mood and symbol can be created is through the use of complicité. Another element used to enhance the physical theatre experience is complicité. This dramatic language refers to the use of an ensemble. In Dante's Inferno the benefit of an ensemble is demonstrated throughout the whole course of the production as it provided bigger representations and enhanced the powerful concepts. In particular, the "violent" circle representing murder, death and the element of fire, excelled in the utilisation of an ensemble. The audience were guided into a large hall where approximately thirty ensemble members were positioned around the architecture. The ensemble worked together, manipulating their bodies into unnatural, unsettling postures. Through precise ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 125. Pseodolus And The Fourth Wall Pseodolus and the Fourth Wall Leigh's statement that 'The edge of the stage is not an invisible boundary over which the actor must never step but a garden wall across which the actor gossips and flirts with the public as if they were neighbours' seems to have captured the very essence of audience acknowledgement that is so present in the play Pseudolus. Neither cast nor script of this comedy by Plautus seems particularly bothered by any notion of the fourth wall, and the play is rife with both blatant and subtle character acknowledgement of the audience. Indeed the notion that the fourth wall is some sort of impenetrable barrier between performer and audience seems absurd when one examines the aims of theatre and performance as a whole, and Pseudolus circumvents and breaches this supposed barrier with a variety of means ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is backed up by Livy's claim that "in the old days all poets agebant, produced and acted in their own plays" and if it is true then the scene where Pseudolus speaks of 'playing the poet' is vaguely autobiographical in nature as Plautus – who has taken on the role of Pseudolus to achieve the goal of entertaining the audience – now claims to be taking on a new role, which is in fact his original role, in order to enable his role as Pseudolus to be enacted to full effect. This sort of referencing of events that occur outside the play – such as the nature of Plautus' true identity– is never stated outright in the play, but one cannot ignore the fact that the play behaves as though it were aware of such knowledge. In the context of Leigh's garden fence analogy, this would be the equivalent of the neighbour winking over the fence in a silent joke at the secret you share, without ever actually mentioning ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 129. I Attended University Dance Theatre I attended University Dance Theatre over the weekend, and after just recently becoming interested in dance and appreciating dance as an art form I was excited to watch a live dance performance. There were a total of nine dances, each of which, were choreographed by different people. Not surprisingly, every dance was extremely different, and left the audience feeling different emotions. It was hard picking two dances that I enjoyed the most because they were all fantastic. I picked two that were simple, in the sense that anyone could determine the reason behind the dance. The first is powerful, and the second is humorous. It was interesting breaking down the dances, determining the choreographic and theatrical elements, and concluding the meaning of the dance – if any. My expectations were high going in, and I was not disappointed. Beginning with the powerful dance in the first–half – Still?. Still? was preformed by two African American women. I found this dance interesting because the music was spoken text by Martin Luther King, Jr. in the beginning and towards the end was poetry that was spoken with strong emotion. The stage lighting was turned down, almost completely dark, and the two women had dark clothing, which, indicated sorrow, frustration, and anger almost. The dancers only used a small portion of the stage with no props and a completely bare stage – the focus was directed to the two dancers. The women had relatively low to medium, sharp movements in some parts ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 133. Ballet Influence On American Culture As a cultural continuity from the sixteenth century through the twenty–first century, ballet has influenced politics, economies, and cultures globally. Society is an organized group of persons associated together for religious, benevolent, cultural, scientific, political, patriotic, or other purposes; Ballet pertaining to society organizes people together for various purposes. Beginning in the sixteenth century ballet began to impact various aspects within every society it was introduced to and used in such as economics, politics, culture, innovations, and art within Europe, especially France. Sixteenth–century France contained civil and religious conflicts, so the French kings drew from the deep traditions of Italian Renaissance thoughts about ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During the 1770s ballet was still contributing to society through politics, Noverre who staged thirty– eight fresh ballets in Vienna for the empress, did such an exceptional job that he was then given the task of training and being ballet master of the future queen of France, Marie Antoinette. Ballet was also cut from political ties as well, no longer having royal support some theaters resulted in closure. In Milan, however, ballet was not yet a political ambition, but the cultural identity. The seating itself represented the social hierarchies, having the most coveted boxes occupied by nobility. As a constant theme for any high production art, the box office proved to be an economic need and a "superior popularity of lighter ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 137. Spring Choral Concert Choir Spring Choral Concert One the afternoon of Sunday, 03 May, 2015, I was watched a performance of the North Dakota State University Spring Choral Concert Festival Concert Hall at North Dakota State University. The NDSU Concert Choir has a distinguished tradition of performing eminent choral literature at the highest level of artistry. When I was went to the concert, I sat in the middle of the concert hall so I had a good view of the performers and hear the music clearly. So I had very wonderful night and a good memory for music valuable. The last choir concert, here at NDSU. "The LAST concert" made me sad, but I really enjoyed the moments. Cantemus is a terrific and wonderful women's choir! When attending the Spring Choral Concert, it's important to have the right mindset before it begins. I was ready to appreciate the NDSU Concert Choir, I searched some information from the website and watched some videos. A choir is a musical ensemble of singers. So, singers are the most important part in the performances. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A European –inspired sounding consonance set the romantic mood at the beginning of this song. This is song remind me to recall the movie named as "Les Choristes".A piano and violin then alternated the melody of the song as though they were dancing like children are playing together on the glass dancing and laughing . The rhythm of this song, which was continuously leisurely sound like to get faster like Moon River at the climax of the song. It was also at this point that the dynamics of the song were increasingly getting louder until all instruments met at the top with a bang and then changed the dynamics again to a moderate level until the song ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 141. Charles Baudelaire Dance Analysis As Charles Baudelaire said "The dance can reveal everything mysterious that is hidden in music, and it has the additional merit of being human and palpable. Dancing is poetry with arms and legs." Ballet, is one of the oldest, well–designed, and passionate ways of dance that can explain without world the meaning of what Baudelaire said. Ballet is not an essay task, and requires strength, discipline, and devotion. It's known for being swift, and romantic as well as unique, and it stands out in between the rest of the art. On Sunday, October 22, 2017, Miami City Ballet performed a concert in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of George Balanchine's Jewels in the Adrienne Arsht Center with live music by MCB's Opus One Orchestra, conducted ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During this third part the dancers wore silver white clothing that stand out more the beauty, and elegancy of the choreography. Of course, the music was a big part of the show. The song of this segment was composed by other of the great, Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky. The music was selected from Symphony No. 3 in D major, Op. 29, 1875. These melodies also evoke passion, romance, and many feelings like the other ones did. The instrumental portion was incredible was like a violin and piano duet. This combination of sounds was spectacular, you could feel how each piece that the orchestra played was over flowing with emotions and how it brought them out. In conclusion, I must admit that Jewels Ballet was my first classical concert. I thought that coming there will be a waste of time or maybe, it could made me feel boring, but for my own surprise this performs was amazing. Each song played were creatively intertwined into the dance, expressing emotions that are impossible to describe. If you think in all these together, you can see that the combination of dance and music go hand to hand, and can create magnificent fusions of entertainment like Jewels Ballet performed ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 145. College Admissions Essay: Performance Poetry As a means to express myself, I turn to spoken word, which is defined as performance poetry. I have been passionate about creative writing and performing ever since I was in elementary school, but I had not realized that I could put the two together until my freshman year of high school when I discovered the work of Shane Koyczan. From there, my interest developed, but I did not audition for Walnut High School's Spoken Word Team until my junior year. My involvement with the team motivated me to write more as well as share my work with others during events such as Open Mic Night. Poetry is an art form that I comfortably use as an emotional outlet, and I write poems about what is currently affecting me and topics I want to explore, hoping to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 149. Jim Morrison's Essay: How Truthful Is A Tribute? How Truthful is a Tribute? An invitation was extended one evening for an opportunity to see a well respected Grateful Dead tribute band playing at a local venue in Los Angeles. The interpretation of cover bands I understood was lacking in seriousness. My perception of a superior concert experience being groups that had composed and performed their own music. The audience would be expected to have a melancholy air, refusing to confront a reality that members they idolized no longer performed. They would have some nostalgic attachment to the music being shared that night which would surpass any faint childhood memory I might have had listening to Ripple in the car with my father. Tribute bands thrive knowing they offer attendees an experience that is out of their reach. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... He is remembered to have revolutionized the sound of music, injecting his ambiguous poetry and strange yet melodic singing style. He was admired by fans of all genders and famous future musicians like Joy Division and Iggy Pop. Morrison is remembered for his contributions to hippie counterculture and influence on modern music, however, his undesirable behavior is spoken about far less often. His prominent alcohol addiction was as much a part of his public persona as the sainted, inspirational version of himself. He would commonly attend his own shows tardy and intoxicated. One incident in Florida resulted in him being taken to court by the city of Miami, Florida for his display of public indecency and inebriation (CBS News). He was notably unfaithful to his partner Pamela Courson, even involving himself with female rock critic, Patricia Kennealy, who supposedly bound the two of them in a Wiccan Handfasting ceremony (Hopkins). Jim Morrison never lived a life looking to be accepted by a respectable audience, so why the insistence of this perfected ideal ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 153. Sardono Essay The Physical Turn and Improvisation in the Seventies Cultural imperialism, in a form of New York's World Expo in 1964, stands on the background of this part of the story. A young Javanese dancer, Sardono W. Kusumo was a member of the Indonesian dancer contingent for the expo. Extending his stay in the city that had become an adopted home or, depending on your viewpoint, a thrift store of world culture, there he met another young Indonesian, just a couple years his senior, an emerging poet cum theatre artist by the name of Rendra. The following six–months of his informal residency would be brief and memorable for Sardono and its significance to Indonesian performance field would continue to resonate until a few decades later. In 2003, I was involved in organizing a gathering of a hundred performance artists from all around Indonesia, a rare week of retreat for a convivial sharing, and workshop ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For Sardono, not the more cynical of the two, Jean's workshop was basically a hatha yoga session. While the workshop's main contents were not new in their respective performance vocabulary, Sardono was illuminated by Erdman's ability to appropriate the approach with a contemporary framework that he found useful for developing a performance work. In the workshop, Erdman also introduced them to her principle approach of improvisation. It is important to note here that Rendra's introduction to the notion of improvisation as a modern theatre vocabulary might occurred earlier, especially during his time studying at the American Dramatic Arts. Nonetheless, Sardono underlines how Erdman taught her improvisation method systematically, which encouraged him to think more about abstraction, imagination, spatial contact and bodily deconstruction, as he would eventually develop as his working method in the seventies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...