Madison Gillespie White 1 Cinderella Comparative Analysis Reality shows have been critical in enhancing entertainment, education, and identifies with the problems in society. However, the recent trends point out that reality shows have been developed to create a fairy tale mentality. Many people like watching love films and storybook romance ideology that reality shows provide. The article posits that the trend is attributable to people love for happy-ever-after and fairy tales. However, these movies do not only enhance the theme of happy life and relationships that are admirable to the society (Grimm).
The characters have been subject to many in depth analysis throughout its lifetime, adding a lot of new content and progressive thinking to the world of musical theatre. The history of the musical, musical acts, correlation to the real story of Gypsy Rose Lee, awards won and impact Gypsy had on musical theatre will be discussed in further detail. Arthur Laurents wrote the book, which, again, was roughly based off of the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee. The well established and highly respected, Jule Styne wrote the music for Gypsy. Stephen Sondheim, who was not as popular at the time, wrote the lyrics.
Ogres aren’t typical characters in fairy tales that are accepted very much. The story of Shrek and Fiona teach people that it’s okay to be different and to be yourself which i think is a very important lesson. In conclusion, Shrek The Musical was a very creative and well produced play that I really enjoyed watching. The costumes, props, backgrounds and theme all helped in bringing the whole play together and to life.
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Fairytales are usually associating with the split between real life and happy endings. An evil and a good character clash at one point in the story, leaving the good character with a choice that either helps or hurts them. Reading Cinderella emphasizes the real life events and her happily ever after as a sign of hope in her unfortunate lifestyle. Cinderella makes the decision to disobey her stepmother and go to the ball, and that decision to be rebellious against her guardian figure eventually led her to a good outcome, which is the finding of her prince charming. In this situation Cinderella is the good character who normally always does as she is told even through her stepmothers harsh mistreatment, leaving her stepmother and stepsisters as the evil figures.
Fairy Tales have been around for generations and generations. Our parents have told us these stories and we will eventually pass them down to ours. In this time of age the most common fairytales are Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and The Beast and many more. Children idolize their favorite character and pretend to be them by mimicking everything they do in the stories. The character’s behavior is what is viewed as appropriate in society.
Modern tales sugar coat problematic situations, while Jacob and Wilhelm show a darker side to make their moral more meaningful and realistic to the real world. The Search: Opportunities struck me when my teacher, Mr. Boardman gave his class time to touch the history of their chosen genre. I knew exactly what I wanted to search to build on fairy tales. I started by digging ... ... middle of paper ... ...e real world. Works Cited Bettelheim, Bruno.
In Zora Hurston, Their eyes were watching God, we see a major theme of love and dreams. Janie has an image of true love, and she strives to attain it. In the story Janie’s ideal future is often presented as romantic, idealistic and symbolic to her naive childhood. During the whole story the main Character Janie, has been Investigating love her whole life and she had dreams that she’s always wanted to chase but her grandmother’s teachings set her back. When she finally finds love with a man named tea-cake it changes her life and makes her see life in a new way.
He does not truly promise to fix the dilemma, and we emphasized that through the inflections of his voice. Another example in which Robin’s line is emphasized is when he blames this dilemma for the fairies blindly following “Hecate’s team” (5.1.132-133). In conclusion, I strongly believe that my artistic choices led to the audience having a deeper and stronger understanding of the play itself.