Assistant Director Essays

  • Assistant Director Responsibilities

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    Roles & Responsibilities Director The director is a crucial part of any play, film, or television show. The director leads everyone involved. They are the one who overseas, in this case, the play. The director ensures that the performance is complete and of high quality. They work with a variety of groups, such as costume design, props, and set design to establish an outstanding performance. They must collaborate with every department so that those departments can help make the director's vision

  • Statement Of Purpose To Be An Assistant Director

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    about being the one to answer fifteen million questions and do everything needed while no one can fend for themselves? This is what it’s like to be an assistant director backstage and some of the things I’ve taken from this in my school’s musicals and plays include: self-discipline, time management, leadership, and organization. The assistant director is just as important as a lead in any given musical or play, we just simply do the important things all off stage. I first started off my drama career

  • The Creator of Suspense

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    Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most well known directors of all time bringing murder and mystery to a new light. His films, starting in 1925 with "The Pleasure Garden" and ending in 1976 with the film "Family Plot", set a precedent for all other directors in the film industry. Many story lines and techniques within the cinematography of Hitchcock are common standards for films of today. However, Hitchcock did not start out as a brilliant director, but instead started from the very bottom of the

  • Extracurricular Activities

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    collegiate level studies were used since the benefits of extracurricular activities in high school and college are the same. Methods Three experts in different fields that have knowledge of this area of research were interviewed. Laura Bestler, assistant director of student activities at the Iowa State University Student Activities Center, was interviewed since she is an expert on the activities that take place on the Iowa State campus and the benefits students attain by becoming involved in activities

  • Phenomenon

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    Those two words used to send millions of women (and men) all around the world into a dancing frenzy back in the seventies. He could claim credit for the modern equivalent of the estrogen brigades (for the net crazy "X-philes") of Fox Mudler and Assistant Director Skinner. But nowadays, equipped with a paunch and that same disarming smile, he is proving himself to be more than a passing fever. Together with the great cast of this latest offering from the Disney studios, Travolta lifts "Phenomenon" (tele-kinetically

  • Leashing Carnivore

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    the Internet. The FBI’s position on Carnivore is outlined in Donald M. Kerr’s congressional statement made before a Senate committee that was reviewing the FBI’s Carnivore system. In a congressional statement made by Donald Kerr who is the Assistant Director of the Laboratory Division for the FBI, Kerr explains terrorists, spies, hackers, and criminals used computers and the Internet with malicious intent. Another reason the FBI feels that they need Carnivore is to combat information warfare, fraud

  • Carnivore: Chewing Through Our Right to Privacy

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    a threat to personal privacy and that the FBI cannot be trusted. The FBI’s position on Carnivore is outlined in Donald M. Kerr’s congressional statement made before a Senate committee that was reviewing the FBI’s Carnivore system. As the Assistant Director of the Laboratory Division for the FBI, Kerr has extensive knowledge of the workings and capabilities of the Carnivore system. In his statement, Kerr makes five points ranging from what Carnivore is to why the public should trust the FBI with

  • Life as a Resident Assistant

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    Life as a Resident Assistant In her first year as a Resident Assistant, Andrea Robinson received a Christmas card from a resident named Charlotte, thanking her for helping Charlotte adjust to her new life at college. Robinson recalled that Charlotte was overcome with homesickness, as many first time students can be, and to help boost her spirits, she went with Charlotte to an opening week picnic. That made a huge difference for Charlotte and her gratitude she conveyed in the card. But the

  • The Roles, Salary, and Job Outlook of Directing

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    pieces, building sets, being part of the stage crew, and analyzing scripts more than actually performing. In the 10th grade, I was assigned to be the assistant director of a play entitled “The Rope Swing”, which was part of the fall production at SASA in 2012. Since then, I have assistant directed three shows and I’ve fallen in love with directing. A Director is someone who takes a written script, a feature film, or a television show and a personal vision and they turn it into an audio-visual for an audience

  • Analysis of The Maltese Falcon

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    and women are portrayed in different ways in the film to show the distinct functions of masculinity and femininity between the characters. Sam said to Effie, ?Your a nice rattle brain angel.? Sam Spade?s assistant, Effie is a conservative and a practical woman. As the detective?s assistant, she possesses more of masculine qualities than feminine qualities. Since she works in an environment around men, she has a tendency to be more influenced by their activities and their ideas. Sam said to Effie

  • A Tale of Two Cities

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    Cities Essays - Sydney Carton and Charles Darney Sydney Carton and Charles Darney were alike in certain ways but completely different in other ways.  Some of their characteristics were very similar while others were unlike.  Carton was an attorney’s assistant who lived in Paris while Darney was a teacher who lived in London.  They both had intangibles about them that you just couldn’t put your finger on.  These similarities and differences helped develop Dickens’s theme. Though there were some similarities

  • Elizabeth Siddal

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    Elizabeth Siddal, Pre-Raphaelite model and wife to Gabriel Rossetti, is the source of intrigue for many Victorian researchers. Her mystery began from her vague background as a milliner’s assistant. From the start, many stories were told of her discovery and yet few stories were told of her past before that point. A frail young woman, she was addicted to narcotics and suffered from a variety of ailments, from the physical to the mental. Her turbulent relationship with Rossetti was plagued with ups

  • Frank’s Transformation in Bernard Malamud’s The Assistant

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    The Assistant shows that Morris Bober as a good example of what one person can be. Frank on the other hand, is the exact opposite although he tries to struggle to rise above his weaknesses and become a better person of who he is, like Saint Francis of Asisi whom he admires. In the beginning of the novel, Frank’s behavior is shown when he steals from Morris and lusts over Helen. He knows that it is wrong to steal from Morris, but he has a hard time controlling himself because he thinks that the grocery

  • Birthmark

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    The Mark of Ugliness In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Birthmark, there is indeed a representation of a submerged personality in Aylmer. Although the other underlying personality is not represented within himself, it is rather portrayed through his assistant Aminadab. Since Aylmer is lacking so much within himself, he is unable to appreciate his wife even she was dying. Basically if Aylmer had the sensibility of Aminadab he could have realized how beautiful she was even with her birthmark. During the

  • Unexpected Turns: A Tale of Jealousy and Betrayal

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    in. Why did they listen to that director to make it look more spectacular. I should’ve know something like this would happen the moment his personal assistant remarked that Kyle was far beyond most of the pretty boys in town and that he was downright gorgeous. It was the director and his jealousy as the reason why the bouncers were instructed to thrown him on the ground. I can’t be blamed for that. if anything, it was the director’s personal assistant who had caused this mess. However, getting

  • A Career in Acting

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    actresses, directors, and producers with the screens of Hollywood or stages of Broadway, these workers are more likely to be found in a local theatre, television studio, circus, or comedy club. Actresses, directors, and producers include workers as diverse as narrators; clowns; comedians; acrobats; jugglers; stunt, rodeo, and aquatic performers; casting, stage, news, sports, and public service directors; production, stage, and artist and repertoire managers; and producers and their assistants. In essence

  • A Report on Lifeline for Children’s Choir Directors

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    the Westminister method but borrows from the others. The others she borrows from are Christiansen, Fred Warning and Wilson/Klein. Much of what she writes, is from her own life’s career experiences as a choral director. The first subject she deals with is the director’s attitude. A director should have a positive attitude. (p. 3, Bartle) In chapter two she discusses the development of a child’s voice in a mechanistic way. She wants the ’flutety’ sound of a child’s voice developed, between the ages

  • Medical Assistant Program

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    from healthcare to medical jobs. I have thoughtfully chosen to enter the program for Medical Assistant (MA). Ever since I was a child, I’ve spent most of childhood years at the Hospital, I was diagnosed with a rare condition that had to be treated continuously, this meant that I had to be going to checkups every three months so I was close to doctors, surgeons, nurses, anesthesiologist, medical assistants, etc. I remember at first I was frightened just of the thought of going to the doctor but after

  • athletic director

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    works with the Assistant Athletic Director for External Relations and the Director for Media Relations to develop and implement public relations policies and objectives. Accepts public speaking engagements to promulgate department philosophies and objectives. Coordinates and supervises men=s basketball, golf, baseball, men=s and women=s tennis programs working directly with the Head Coach; supervises the administration of all other varsity programs through the Associate Athletic Director for Internal

  • Physician Assistant

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    Thesis: Physician assistants are well-recognized and highly sought-after members of the health care team who, with doctors, provide quality care to patients. In order to do that, training, hard work, and a good education are required. I. As history says, physician assistants have always been a much needed commodity in health care. A. Who came up with the idea for a physician assistant? 1. Dr. Eugene A. Stead, Jr. came up with the idea in 1965. 2. He was chairman of the Department of Medicine