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  • David Belasco
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    David Belasco was born in San Fransisco, California, on July 25, 1853. His parents had come to California from London in the gold rush. Belasco grew up in San Fransisco and Victoria, British Columbia. His early education in a Roman Catholic monastery influenced his simple mode of dress and helped earn him the nickname Bishop of Broadway. He had some experience as a child actor, and from 1873 to 1879 worked in a number of San Fransisco theaters as everything from call boy and script copier to act...
  • Mina's Best Friend Lucy
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    Dracula Dracula is a penetrating look at the novel written by Bram Stoker in 1890. This is just to let you know right up front that The Stratford Festival's Dracula, is a keeper. Richard Ouzounian, who creates an evening of theatrical magic, directed this thrilling production. You, yourself can experience this astonishing play from May 19 to November 7 1999 at the Avon theatre in Stratford. This fairly modernized theatre is comfortable, and has a lot more legroom than some other theaters I have ...
  • End Of The Play Mickey And Eddie
    671 words
    Blood Brothers is about two twins separated at birth, into an Upper class family and a lower class family. The Twins eventually find out they are twins when it is too late. Their separation is used to good dramatic effect to keep the audience in suspense for what's to come. When you are of a lower class you tend to be superstitious. For example, because of the little opportunities and low fortune a person of a lower class has they tend to believe in fate and bad luck. This is a dominant theme wh...
  • Play With A Message
    690 words
    Everyman" certainly fits the mold of a typical medieval mystery play. Ominously, the play begins with God perceiving how "all creatures be to [Him] unkind". Men, it seems, commit the Seven Deadly Sins far too regularly, and their only concern seems to be their own pleasure. Angered by this casual manner humans have adopted toward Him, God decides a reckoning is in order. He summons his "mighty messenger" Death, eerily and effectively personified for the audience members. God commands the dark fi...
  • Important Opening Scene
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    My Part... Each member of the group had certain things to contribute to allow the project to work. On my behalf I arranged the scenes in their order to let the rhythm of the play flow in a correct way. I thought that the opening scene should be strong & symbolic. This is why I decided to put the scene with the bible & the bloody body at the beginning. This is a very symbolic scene, it symbolizes the way that people turn to religion for salvation. But it also has a contradiction to it, as there i...

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