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    They say jealousy consumes people, but The Girl with the Green Eyes takes on a new meaning for that. Plays in this era reflected the wars that were occurring and the new advancements in the realm of the theatre. The Girl with the Green Eyes, a play written in the 19th century is a key example of the realistic writing style of Americans at the time. The 19th century was a time period abundant with inventions, wars, and many other events that shaped America into who we are today. In the start of this

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    performed by the Yohangza Theatre Company of Korea and directed by Jung-ung Yang, is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet that integrates the Korean Shamanist rituals with the original storyline and text. Performed in Korean and featuring an all Korean cast, the play made its debut in 2009 at the Myeongdong Theater in Seoul. The play was layer also performed at the at the 2010 Oz Asia Festival in Adelaide, the 2011 Shakespeare-Festival Neuss in Germany, and at the Peacock Theatre in London in 2014 (Yung)

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    If you were to ask any person what acting was, they would most likely give you an answer along the lines of: portraying the life of another person, talking and acting like a character, bringing a fictional or representational character to life. While actors may appear to be inseparable with their characters while one is watching them perform, once they go home and take off the stage makeup, they change; Mark Ruffalo is no longer a 10-foot green monster, and Bradley Cooper is not a sadistic bionic

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    Producers all over the world have tried to create Romeo and Juliet using many different methods. Modernizing this will give the audiences a better way of learning what Shakespeare wanted to express in his piece. For this process, we will be focusing on the scene where Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time. It will be a film production, which highlights the character Juliet at a high school dance. At this school there are distinct popularity groups that say they are not allowed to socialize with

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    The theater performances and movie industry can often be said to share various similar features, including the play of actors and the role of the visual elements among others. However, the theater adaptations of the famous books tend to be rather different in comparison to the film. New aspects of the story are added through the involvement of technologies and the transformation of contents. From the initial stages of the play and the film, the adaptations provide various outlooks at the problems

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    “A thousand words will not so deep an impression as one deed.” Discuss in relation to the first two acts of Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’ “A thousand words will not so deep an impression as one deed”, is said to put emphasis on that what you do, your actions, is more significant and shows your intentions more clearly than what you say; it can be related to another quote, “Actions speak louder than words”. In Henrik Ibsen’s play ‘Ghosts’ actions do speak more symbolically and more significantly in order to emphasis

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    Blood, guts, and glory puts amusement in the hearts of millions of people everyday in theatres everywhere. Of course this doesn’t mean literal guts are shown on screen. However, seeing violence on screen in films makes people much more enthusiastic to finish the film. In an essay written by Vivian C. Sobchack, she shows readers there has been an outburst in usage of dramatized violence in Hollywood today. A prime example of this are films that center around times of war, particularly the highly notable

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    performance. The reason why I went to this play was to write a performance review for my World Literature class. Out of all the performance elements, I will only focus on lighting and costumes of the play. First of all, Costume play critical roll in theatre art because it point out the specific character and roll of character. In Shirlene Holmes and Anastasia Wilson's SHE , the audiences will observe different type of costume in first and second parts of the play. In part one, SHE: EMERGE I witnessed

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    Kaba 3 Saran D. Kaba Cristin Thomas​ Drama 1310-86007 12 December 2015 The importance of being Earnest Review The Importance of Being Earnest was performed for the first time on February 1895, is considered to be Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece. The play is about two men, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrief, who are living in England in the 1890’s. These men have dual identities in both the town and the country in order to escape their normal lives and both choosing the name of Earnest. Oscar Wilde’s

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    a visual context. They create their own mind images out of roman’s world and characters, and it is interesting for them to compare their images with those dramatist has created. However, as Christian Metz put it, “the reader does not always find his/her own version of play or film on the stage or screen, since, in fact, he/she is watching imaginary world of another person”. Thus, it seems that dramatists insist to prepare the audience to encounter with someone else’s imagination; it is interesting

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