written in the present days. Being able to see an opera live was a wonderful experience but at the same time it has some ups and downs. Being able to see all kinds of art combined in to one was amazing; the story, the music, singing, dancing, costumes, scenery, etc… those being all the ups of the opera. But the main thing that couldn’t be changed in the opera was the language. The opera Persée was written in French, as an audience not knowing French makes it harder to understand. The subtitles are a bunch
creating perspective sets and the evolution of changeable scenery occurred during the renaissance. The oldest surviving indoor theater of the modern era, the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, is sometimes incorrectly proposed as the first example of a proscenium theatre. In ancient Rome, the stage area in front of the scaenae frons, the elaborately decorated background of a Roman theatre stage, was known as the "proscenium", meaning "in front of the scenery. The Teatro Olimpico was a reconstruction of an
ink philosophy, Western technique, and social changes of surrounding environment. As a result, Western technique was adopted at the same time as both surroundings and city landscape was used, departing from the old metaphysical philosophy with limited subjects of mountains, water, trees, valleys, and fields. Particularly, landscape painting after 1980s became similar to Western landscape painting and used familiar subjects such as country side scenery, fields, construction sites and beaches and perspective
once beautiful Glen Canyon. He describes all of his wonderful childhood stories of him floating down the river and how all it took was a paddleboat and little money. He tells of the great beauty of all the animals, insects, forestry, and ancient scenery the canyon once had. This is why Abbey feels reservoirs are doing terrible things for not only Glen Canyon but every river. When you think about it, a natural river untainted by the ways of machinery and humans is virtually non existent today.
The scenery choices for the film matched up well to what was expected from the book, but some choices contrasted greatly. The Valley of Ashes was well portrayed in the film. The Valley is “…a fantastic farm where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hills and grotesque gardens…” (Fitzgerald 27). This shows that the Valley of Ashes is not a pleasant place to be in and is looked down upon. In the film, the interpretation on the Valley is spot on. It shows a dirty, sad little town, filled with depressed
In the modern world, most people take everything for granted: love, beautiful sceneries, and infinite knowledge of everything. They complain about minor details in life. Men worry about their cars and women worry about getting their dresses dirty. Now imagine a community in which there are no cars and no colorful dresses. Not realizing that a possibility of Sameness exists they do not appreciate the diversity. Imagine a community with Sameness and no diversity. Imagine how restricted the citizens
Shakespeare 's version of Hamlet cannot have as strong of an impact as Zeffirelli 's representation because of a weak protagonist, dull scenery, and comparably subpar exposition. The characterization in both works presents a different interpretation of personalities as well as interpersonal relationships between players. Having a visual translation of the scenery helps to create a picture of where the story is actually taking place. Shakespeare 's structure of Hamlet isn 't bad, however, the reader
cohesively jump from scene to scene. Since, a work of dramatic literature is usually intended to be performed on a stage, the detail that is expressed in describing the initial scenery of a play is essential because it insures that the writer’s vision is correctly being displayed. In Henrik Ibsen’s literary work, A Dollhouse, the scenery is described in the beginning of each act. “A room furnished comfortably and tastefully, but not extravagantly. At the back, a door to the right leads to the entranc...
“The splendor falls on castle walls” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, despite its talk of beautiful scenery by a castle and his discussion of the color, light and sound there is a more underlying somber theme. He is writing about the memories that are left behind when someone leaves, moves on or dies and how some things are passed from person to person like an echo bounces off the walls of the mountains but also how those memories can also be lost like how an echo eventually loses the sound. While he says
The Andes of Ecuador is an oil on canvas art piece. It was painted by Frederic Edwin Church on the year of 1855. It is said to be "painted after Frederic Edwin Church's first trip to Ecuador in 1853."  The Andes of Ecuador are a scenery, and describes the artist’s trip from two years before his painting. In the painting’s bottom left foreground there is a cross, and someone knelt in front of it as if to be praying. This shows part of the cultural of Ecuador. In the bottom middle foreground there