Although it took her a long time to become successful, she kept persevering, and her hard work paid off. She married Puerto Rican, Desi Arnaz, and together they started the show, “I Love Lucy,” one of the most popular comedies in America. She became a powerful women within television, contributing to the increasing power women were beginning to receive. Ball’s hard work to success contributed to increasing power within women and her successful comedies influenced American television and actors for generations to come. She influenced many performers with the techniques her programs introduced, influenced performers with her personal image and great acting, and also became a source of inspiration for women that did not have many rights at the time due to her high amount of success.
Both women add to the main themes of the play because of their ability to use their intelligence and witty remarks as well as having a loving heart. The women share many similarities as well as many differences which seem to be inevitable because Portia seems to be put on a pedestal that very few can reach. Portia is one of Shakespeare's great heroines, whose beauty, lively intelligence, quick wit, and high moral seriousness have blossomed in a society of wealth and freedom. She is known throughout the world for her beauty and virtue, and she is able to handle any situation with her sharp wit. In many of Shakespeare's plays, he creates female characters that are presented to be clearly inferior to men.
Shakespeare's Presentation of the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare's presentation of the Nurse of the Nurse is a key to the audience's understanding of the play because she makes major links between the characters. She is a memorable character as she is likeable although the audience's view of her frequently changes. Shakespeare uses her to bring humour into the play to make the play appealing to all of the audience. She is also used as a messenger in the play, another reason why she is such an important character. She is very disrespectful towards Lady Capulet and argues with Lord Capulet.
Shakespeare and his theatre being one of the artists she supported. The Queen would come to the theatres to enjoy a show, and whether or not she enjoyed it would be the result of the popularity and success of that play. Shakespeare made a living out of his play writings; the Queen would come and spend many pounds to see a play. This being the reason why Shakespeare would create characters appealing to his Queen. The Queen being strong, smart and noble, Shakespeare would create characters like this, for example Juliet from Romeo and Jul... ... middle of paper ...
What is known about her mother, is that she was a legendary courtesan and was rarely home, and when she was home, there were always rich men around. Sarah was a wild child who, when she wasn’t sick, did what she wanted and threw many temper tantrums. Her mother wanted Sarah to follow in her footsteps and entertain men for money, the idea made Sarah sick (although later she learned that there is a thin line between acting and prostituting), she told her mom she was to become a nun. That all changed when she saw Racine’s Britannicus at the Comedie Francaise. She planned on attending the Conservatoire, and in 1860 she did where she was trained for two years.
Her friends also say great things about her. She is a great dancer who has danced the polka, salsa, hip-hop, cha cha, jazz, and ballet. Clearly, Marzena is an amazing person that is worth getting to know. People are clawing down her door, trying to talk to her because they know she would make the greatest friend in the world.
Swift can be seen dancing at any awards ceremony she attends and has a genuinely good outlook on life. It’s crazy how she connects with her fans on such a personal level. I have been in concerts where there hasn’t been one dry eye in the arena because of the amount of emotion that Taylor Swift puts into her songs. Swift has been nominated as Time’s Woman of the Year because she is such a vibrant young woman (Dickey,
She then mastered dance and expanded into acting and modeling (Gutierrez-Folch). She started out as a chorus girl and as a background person in many plays. When she moved to New York to be on Broadway, she was cast as the lead in a production called, GiGi. After that, her career took off and she became one of the most successful actresses of her time ("Audrey Hepburn Biography"). Audrey Hepburn was such a legacy because of her famous roles, her distinct fashion sense, and her contribution to society.
The Impact of Ethel Merman Ethel Merman is described by PBS as the most successful musical comedy performer of her generation. Merman is known for contributing her loud and clear vocals to the Broadway stage and changing the way that people observed women on Broadway as well (PBS). Appearing and starring in several Broadway blockbusters, her acting career appeared to go through somewhat transitional phases to where she could act less and less like herself in character. Merman left her mark as an entertainer and her voice continues to be a spectacle. Ethel’s life before Broadway speaks a lot to her career on Broadway.
Everything revolves around her. The play starts out on how she came to Illyria and quickly turn to her love for the Duke and their love triangle with Olivia. Veolia is often caught between Duke Orsino’s extreme melancholy and Olivia aggressive emotions, yet she represents the normally way of behavior. Due to all the criticism people give her, she is a very practical and resourceful person. She is a bright person who knows a thing or two about how to get along on her own.