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    Broadway Theatre Outline

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    Broadway Theatre Thesis: Broadway Theatre in the 1920s had a positive impact by providing entertaining experiences, productions incorporated different racial groups by integrating cultural plays, and theatres appealed to people of all types by giving everyone a chance to watch a production. Broadway theatres had a positive impact by providing entertaining experiences, bringing more crowds to the theatres. A. Theatre Crowds and Seats B. Theatres built in the 1920s and their locations C. Performance

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    Musical theatre is an art form of theatrical performance that has graced the stages of Broadway for close to two centuries, combining songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance to create a versatile performance art that has stunned people all over the world. Humor, pathos, love, anger is all communicated through movement and music as an integrated whole to create visual and aural masterpiece. “Broadway is Taking Leaps Towards a Sustainable Future.” (Hagiwara, 2011) implies that Broadway Musical theatre

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    James Earl Jones: A Voice In The Crowd

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    James Earl Jones: A Voice in the Crowd March 19, 1996 People all around the world know the voice of James Earl Jones. From Star Wars fans listening to the voice of Darth Vader to news junkies who hear a voice that dramatically intones AThis is CNN@ just before all the cable network= s station breaks to children who hear the stately voice of the majestic Mufasa, the king of the jungle in Walt Disney Pictures= animated The Lion King - people know this deep harmonious voice belongs to this

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    Is Broadway Dying?

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    that Broadway is going extinct. “Many belief that American theater is suffering an artistic death” (Wollman). Many people think that Broadway is dying. I strongly disagree with that opinion. Broadway is alive and well and appearing nightly in the Time Square area of New York City. First of all, Broadway is the heart of the American theater. The only other theatre district in the world that compares to Broadway is the theater district in West End of London, England. Just how big is Broadway? “Located

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    Gypsy

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    to as, Gypsy: A Musical Fable. The musical made its debut on May 21, 1959 at The Broadway Theatre in Manhattan. 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

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    Rent One Song Analysis

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    April 29, 1996. Rent’s opening night on Broadway at the Nederlander theater. From there on out the lives of the cast and crew of the musical would never be the same. People of all classes sit in the audience. Adam Pascal, who plays Roger in the musical, begins singing his solo: “One song glory, one song before I go. One song to leave behind. Find one song, one last refrain.” A parallel to the life of the writer of Rent, Jonathan Larson, for it was his ‘one song’. After graduating Adelphi University

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    New York City Broadway

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    Broadway in New York City is not just the name of a street; it is the theatrical arts itself. Humble beginnings initiated by hopeful immigrants evolved into the thriving art that it is today. It overcame fires, natural disasters, and economic hardships, refusing to go out with a whimper. There are happenings ranging from horrific to positively scandalous, and rules that are just strange. New York City Broadway is an American tradition that has held on for centuries, but these years have a story behind

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    Lion King Reflection

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    Walking into the theatre all I could think was WOW! Although I had seen many Broadway shows previous to The Lion King I was still in awe. From the time I walked into Minskoff Theatre to the time I sat down and the opening number began the musical had my attention. Upon coming to the show I was trying to figure out how Disney was going to fit each detail from the movie into the show and boy did they do a great job? From the stage and scenery to the costumes and actors it was magnificent. In the following

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    Anna Christie

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    Eugene O’Neill was a top participant in moving American theatre to become artistic as well as embody the emergence of realism. He believed a story could not be written until it was lived. He based his plays upon his tragic life experiences; thus, creating tangible characters whom drove the plotline. O’Neill is considered the third most read playwright right under William Shakespeare and Bernard Shaw. He published thirty-two full length plays and twenty one-act plays during his lifetime. Furthermore

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    staunch political and social activist. Dunham was born in Chicago, Illinois and primarily raised in nearby Joliet, Illinois. Dunham first became interested in dance when she was a teenager and trained with Ludmilla Speranzeva, formerly of the Moscow Theatre, Vera Mirova, Mark Turbyfill and Ruth Page in Chicago before and during her college education. She even started her own private dance school, Ballet Négre, in 1930, while at the University of Chicago where she first began to cultivate her own technique

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