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  • Director James O'leary Presence Throughout The Play
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    Red Rock Community College's adaptation of Christopher Durang's play Baby with the Bathwater, directed by James O'Leary, concluded its 8-show run with a sold out finale performance on Sunday April 23rd, 2005. When the lights came up on the bassinet in the otherwise darkness of the stage, the image more or less stands for everything that follows - childhood, loneliness and abandonment. It seems that an icon of the entire human experience, not just the implied infancy, is being presented. When the...
  • Gender Biases Throughout The Play
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    Gender Roles in Fool for Love A play written in 1983, Fool for Love, written by Sam Shepard, features a small setting with only a few actors. With only a few actors a may seem that issues may be on a smaller level as well. However, there are gender biases throughout the play that exemplify the American culture. The stage descriptions prove to be a powerful place to emphasize gender roles and also biases of them. Furthermore, description of each character can not only provide information as to ho...
  • Acting In Baal
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    Baal Of Desire Ben Stout Acting I Todd Mcinerney 11-14-96 On Thursday, November 7, I saw a performance of Baal, written by BertoltBrecht and directed by Evan Parry. The play was not an emotional play, but an intellectual play. It caused the viewer to think about the existentialist nature of Brecht's writing and the underlying meaning of the play. Although I have studied existentialism and followed the play intently, I still could not fully understand what Brecht was trying to say through Baal. M...
  • Eve To Margo
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    Movie: All About Eve English 30 Spring '97'In the film All About Eve, (directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and released in 1950), Eve Harrison (Anne Baxter) was a young woman with evil running through her veins. She wanted to be 'somebody' and chose to get there through Margo Channing (Betty Davis) who was a famous stage star. Eve would do whatever it took to get where she wanted to be, including hurt the ones that trusted her and took her in as a 'lost lamb'. Though Eve was already evil within and...
  • Bianca And Katherina
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    "In what ways is 'The Taming of the Shrew' an appropriate title for the play?" . An exploration of Shakespeare's dramatic presentation of Katherina. In the play, 'The Taming of the Shrew', characters contribute greatly to the development of the storyline. As one of the main characters Katherina's shrewish behaviour adds the comical aspect at the beginning of the play and by the end has been diminished with the help of Petruchio's taming techniques. Shakespeare uses the difference in personality ...
  • Scc Production Play
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    My expectations were definitely met by BEDROOM FARCE. I didn't expect them to keep my attention or make me laugh. My attention was definitely kept and I liked the play. At the end of the show I felt like it was well worth the time, and I felt like I may have ripped SCC off by only paying three dollars! I had no idea what to expect. I didn't personally know any of the actors, even though I am in the same class as two of them, and I had definitely never heard of Alan Ayckbourn, so I consider my ey...
  • Comedic Performance Throughout The Entire Play
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    "In Walks Ed" was the first play I ever attended and it was most enjoyable. I had no idea what to expect from the start. One of the things that first stood out at the theatre was the fact that all the employees were dressed in all black. When I enquired, I found out that they all dress in black so as not to distract the patrons from the entire performance. I was most impressed with the entire feel of the Ensemble Theatre, from the calmness and quietness of the entire area, to its interior design...
  • Mitchem And Bamforth
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    This essay is about a small English patrol of seven men in the Malayan jungle who all have very different personalities and who capture a Japanese prisoner; these two facts cause many conflicts between the characters. (The play is set mainly in a small run down hut which is a few hundred from a tin mine which is now deserted. There is a door with winders on either side looking out on the veranda and the jungle beyond. The hut has been stripped of everything of only value by the mine-workers befo...

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