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Anna in the tropics
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A PRODUCTION RESPONSE OF “ANNA IN THE TROPICS” PLAY By Instructor Institution Location Date A production response of “Anna in the tropics” play Introduction “Ann in the Tropics” is the latest play by Nilo Cruz, the Pulitzer Prize for drama recipient…
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Reading Responses of Trifles by Susan Glaspell
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On reading the initial section of the play, one finds it apparently unclear. Notably, it revolves around the story of two men who are investigating a motive for a…
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Trifles: The Thematic Explanation of the Play

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The author analyzes Susan Glaspell’s ‘Trifles’ which is considered one of the earliest feminist dramas since it portrays two strong female characters, namely; Mrs. Peters, wife of the Sherriff and Mrs. Hale, wife of the neighbor who found the body of the murdered Mr. Wright. …
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The Game of Love and Chance
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The scene of the play is at the Orgon household. Dorante and Silvia are betrothed yet they have never met and so each one of them wants to be absolutely certain if the other is worth of marriage. …
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The Game of Love and Chance
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Silvia’s fears as to the real nature of his personality prompts her to inquire from her father. Monsiuer Orgon, to let her sham as a servant for her to…
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Character Analysis of A Mid Summer Nights Dream
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Character Analysis -Puck Writer1 There is hardly any character development in Mid Summer Night’s Dream. Of all the characters, Demetrius and Lysander, Hermia and Helena, Oberon and Titania are but the slightest sketches and rarely individualized by Shakespeare…
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Live experience of Opera: Phantom of the Opera
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The play revolves around the Opera Phantom’s musical genius as he writes the songs and other parts of the opera. The phantom dictates who will play the lead role of his created stage…
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Othello's tragic Flaw
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(Assignment) Othello’s Tragic Flaw In the play ‘Othello, The Moor of Venice’, Shakespeare presents the hero Othello as a man who is too innocent and naive. One can see a classic tragic hero in Othello with the flaws of innate naivete and over-trust that overshadow his otherwise innocent character…
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Hamlet as a Tragic Hero
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Hamlet as a Tragic Hero As the main character in a tragic situation, a tragic hero has the capability of evoking fear and pity from the audience. The hero is often a righteous person, whose misfortune results from some faulty judgment or errors…
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Performance Theory or Theorizing Performance
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This essay analyzes the script for the movie “ Good Will Hunting”. The script is a collection of all those aspects that add a flavorsome theatrical experience. The script summarizes the character of Will in the entire play; it describes his situation through the intensity of his emotions and actions…
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Claudius' Soliloquy in Hamlet Act 3 Scene 3
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The king is perceptibly shaken by the play, telling the two to escort Hamlet immediately to England because his madness is dangerous. Polonius then enters the room…
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Voice and Movement in Poison Sugar
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The essay "Voice and Movement in Poison Sugar" states that like most plays, the actors have to be increasingly reliant on the nuances of their performance rather than relying on a detailed and imaginative stage setting or design. Although this is a common theme in nearly all plays…
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Short answer
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Maybe it was due to the fact the play is set inside one house and no action takes place elsewhere and the first act was dragged out. However, after I read the entire play I was very impressed by the author in the manner in which…
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Almost Maine
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The author of the essay under the title "Almost Maine" accentuates that the play Almost, Maine is a beautifully written play by actor John Cariani, which has been produced over 600 times that now also, includes the wonderful production by Park University. …
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Reading and interpretation
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 A Close Reading: A Mid Summer Night’s Dream 3 3 Conclusion 7 References 8 Introduction Shakespeare’s literary work is extended beyond any limited periphery. On one hand, his sonnets are subjective and personal and on the other hand his plays are objective and universal…
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Hamlet Blog
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The entire play brings the case of King Hamlet who died in power, as well as, the betrayals and uncertainties that accompany the shifts in power. The appearance of the…
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Othello
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Name: Task: Tutor: Date: Othello William Shakespeare is one of the world’s most popular personalities in the world of literature. His sonnets, books, songs, and plays have been used by several literature analysts and students in various matriculation institutions across the globe…
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The Argument in the Play Titus Andronicus

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This paper "The Argument in the Play Titus Andronicus" focuses on the fact that a tragedy thought and believed to be written between 1588 and 1593. It is Shakespeare’s bloodiest, violent, and graphical form of poetry. So much so that is arguably the least favourable form of art among his readers. …
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Researched Thematic Analysis All in the Timing by David Ives

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Of All in the Timing by David Ives. More specifically it will examine and discuss one or more of the collection's central themes It will investigate what these plays say about the human condition, about certain aspects of our culture, and about language itself…
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A Doll's House
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Although this was written during the 1800’s, its themes continue to be significant at present. Throughout the entire play, two major themes are explored: gender roles in…
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Waiting For Godot: Silence and Death
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Waiting for Godot In the period of the existence of human beings there is bound to be a time where all hope seems to be lost and it is during that time that people will seat in anxiousness waiting for that vital sign of hope that will bring them back to life…
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A Critical Analysis on Othello
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The Play “Othello” conceived by Shakespeare has been contextualized in the Elizabethan Era as indicated by various quotes and setting of the play and it has been placed in a typical Venetian society…
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A Midsummer Night's Dream
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare covers three different but intertwined worlds: the workday humanity of the offensive mechanicals, the passionate world of the noble lovers, and the goblin planet of Titania and Oberon. The fairy world has the greatest influence on the…
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The glass menagerie
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Insert Name Tutor Course Date Introduction Literature helps the human society as a whole by depicting the society the way it is and calling it to reform, through the use of literary devices. The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams is not an exception to the effectiveness that characterizes the usefulness of literature…
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Hamlet
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Hamlet is one of the most intriguing plays written by Shakespeare that uses the concept of a ‘play within a play’ that is also a dramatic technique called ‘Meta-theater. It is a combination of comedy and tragedy that is then used to provoke the audience by putting them…
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Literary Analysis
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Name: Course: Instructor: Date: LITERARY ANALYSIS Confessions Jean-Jacques Rousseau relied on the ability of his imagination to shape his experiences of nature (Rousseau 21). Without the power to rely on one’s imagination, he believes that cannot refine and alter his experiences…
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What makes Shakespeare's plays so very popular, even after all these years

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The most generalized comment on why ‘Shakespeare’s plays are so popular even after so many years’ is that the plays of this mastermind are enriched with something that appeals to the audiences from time to time and place to place. That is, one of the common aspects of…
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Shakespear's Play Macbeth: Who killed Duncan

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This essay discusses the "Macbeth" play, one of the Shakespeare’s works largely associated with murder. This paper also seeks to present more clearly the idea of Duncan’s death, drawing evidence from the play’s main themes as the unique characterization…
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Questions about Shakespeare
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The linear aspect of the plot is seen in the fact that the plot unravels from the point the duke of Athens, Theseus is making preparations for his marriage to the queen of the Amazons, Hippolyta as can be seen in…
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Analysis of Hamlet
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The paper contains the literature essay of  "Hamlet" which is one of Shakespeare’s most critically acclaimed works. A play based on betrayal and a quest for revenge by the main protagonist, Prince Hamlet whose father, King Hamlet was killed by Claudius who went ahead to assume the throne…
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Mecbeth play design

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It refers to the attire of the actors in a set. Costumes perform numerous roles in a play thus enhancing the message in a play, as is the case in Macbeth. Macbeth is one of the most iconic of William Shakespeare’s work. The…
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Play Review

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The experience at Ensemble theatre was an unforgettable one. Ensemble Theater not only transformed the play into an interesting experience but also an unforgettable play. The main…
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Everyman

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 Morality plays served the purpose of teaching good morals through religious motifs, allegory and symbols. The eponymous character in “Everyman” is an exemplar of all…
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The Production of Midsummer Nights Drea
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The author of the following paper under the title 'The Production of Midsummer Night’s Drea' focuses on the production performed by the acting students here at WVU was a performance I really enjoyed. Although Shakespeare language is always difficult to understand…
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All's Fair in Love and War referring to Shakespear's Henry V

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The expression ‘All’s fair in love and war’ may be considered a saying, an idiom, or proverb that has been traced back to John Lyly’s ‘Euphues’ published in 1578. ‘Any impiete may lawfully be committed in love, which is lawlesse’ (l. 236). The full expression is…
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Characterization of clytemnestra. I will need the works cited
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She is portrayed as a very strong-willed woman with a lot of dominance and power, a rare way of representing women in the Ancient Greece. Perhaps, in…
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Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1
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In the paper “Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1” the author analyzes the scene which depicts the burial ritual of Ophelia, the main women character of the play, who committed suicide. The scene under analysis portrays the psychological burden and pressure caused by her death…
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Character analysis on hamlet
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The play’s exploration of the human condition in respect to questions of meaning, loyalty, and death continue to have relevance for contemporary society…
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Literature and society

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Individualists are persons who promote their own desires and goals; hence they are usually self-reliant and fight against outside forces which interfere with their own interests. Collectivism is a…
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Play review

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The God of Carnage is a play written by Yasmina Reza in which two couples fight with each other in trying to find solutions to the problems arising from the fights that their respective sons have with each other. The four adults gather to discuss the issue as parents but soon…
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How did the director choose to stage Shakespeares play, acting, costumes, set design, lighting and sound

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This play, originally written in 1597 has now been updated into modern day Italy. It starts with men returning from warfare but their minds are filled with…
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What Happens in Hamlet: Macmillan
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In the essay “What Happens in Hamlet: Macmillan” the author focuses on Hamlet’s relation with Ophelia that is quite pleasurable and pathetic at the same time. It is pleasurable when the beautiful Ophelia appears in Act II scene I as, “The fair Ophelia? - Nymph in thy orisons”…
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Othello, the Moor of venice

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From the first page of Shakespeare's Othello, Iago schemes to destroy Othello. Knowing that Othello's weak spot is his love for Desdemona, he uses that knowledge to bring about Othello's downfall. However, Othello and Desdemona share a great love. If not for Iago, they would have a strong, unbreakable relationship.
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A brief summary on the play Pygmalion

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One of the main strengths of Pygmalion is Shaw’s ability to show the intricacies of human nature, societal prejudices and expectations along with the power of transformation. He does so using dialect and strong, solid word choices.
Even though the central plot of Pygmalion is…
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Rivals
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Rivals is a play. a comedy of manners, set in 18th Century Bath and in five acts, was first performed on 17th January 1775 in this fashionable destination of the time, with rich people travelling there for the proverbial healing capability of waters. The cast included romantic Lydia Languish and dashing Captain Absolute, pretending to be poor soldier Ensign Beverley with Sir Anthony and Mrs…
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Analyse and evaluate a series of 4 hypothetical DRAMA lessons (at key stage 3 in Wales/England) from the standpoint of the devel
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Name Tutor Institution Subject Code Introduction Drama and performance relate or majorly attribute to one and the same thing. Performance is hence the art of presentation of a work of art to an audience. Artistic performances are usually scripted in that, they are usually preplanned but other forms of performances are random or spontaneous; usually referred to as in the heat of the moment and May are performed with or without audience participation…
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What Is the Role of Women in King Lears Tragedy
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The author analyzes the role of women in King Lear’s tragedy authored by Shakespeare. The author states that in King Lear, women are depicted as the roots of all the problems in the world. They are also portrayed as disloyal, emasculating and promiscuous…
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Lady Macbeth: The fourth witch
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William Shakespeare's greatest tragedies Macbeth showcases how ambition and guilt can lead to the doom of a valiant soldier. The entire play chiefly revolves around two main characters - the protagonist Macbeth who is a courageous Scottish general and the thane of Glamis, and his beloved wife Lady Macbeth, ambitious than Macbeth himself and with lesser degree of feminine qualities or morals that a woman would normally have…
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Hamlet by William Shakespeare

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Dramatic productions constitute interpretations of plays, not at least when they delete a scene or scenes from play. What would be lost from a production (theatrical or cinematic) of Hamlet that chose to cut ACT IV scene 4 What if anything would be gained
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Hamlet Tragic Flaw
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This is the "Hamlet Tragic Flaw" essay. Hamlet's sad aw is his failure to vindicate his dad's passing since he hasn't been ready to vanquish himself in his inner conflict…
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