To receive full credit, you must answer the following questions and thoughtfully

To receive full credit, you must answer the following questions and thoughtfully respond to at least one other post.1) In light of the series of videos you’ve just watched, what do you think the play is “about?”2) How does race shape wrestling? Is the world of wrestling a microcosm of America? 3) Who are the stories that wrestling tells meant for (IE: who watches them)? What are the “lessons” wrestling teaches to this audience? Is that a good or bad thing?Remember, I’m not looking for “right” answers. I’m looking for you to form and support your own opinion.
Requirements: Complete Sentences

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Bro

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Brook and the acid te.st. State what was meaningful, evocative, interesting, exciting, striking in the work.
Think about change. There is always some kind of transformation in theatre. Often, its character, but not always. Identify a change and discuss why it happens.
If the writer were here, what are two questions you’d ask about the work?
Think metaphorically. Is it possible there are objects, characters, or images in the story which also have metaphorical, or symbolic meanings? What are they? Do they have things in common? Do these support or explain a theme in the story?
Helpful hints:For Question 1: Try to pick a specific, descriptive moment from the play. I’m not interested in the analytical (yet).For Question 2: Again, be specific. Describe how something started out and how that same thing ended up. For Question 3: These should be two different distinct questions. Questions like “why did you write the play?” and “did this happen to you or someone you know?” are boring and they will get a boring grade. For Question 4: Think of titles, change, and repeating images/phrases. There is no right or wrong here. I want you to explore your own opinion.
Requirements: Complete sentences

To receive full credit, you must answer the following questions and thoughtfully

To receive full credit, you must answer the following questions and thoughtfully respond to at least one other post.1) In light of the series of videos you’ve just watched, what do you think the play is “about?”2) How does race shape wrestling? Is the world of wrestling a microcosm of America? 3) Who are the stories that wrestling tells meant for (IE: who watches them)? What are the “lessons” wrestling teaches to this audience? Is that a good or bad thing?Remember, I’m not looking for “right” answers. I’m looking for you to form and support your own opinion.
Requirements: Complete Sentences

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Bro

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Brook and the acid te.st. State what was meaningful, evocative, interesting, exciting, striking in the work.
Think about change. There is always some kind of transformation in theatre. Often, its character, but not always. Identify a change and discuss why it happens.
If the writer were here, what are two questions you’d ask about the work?
Think metaphorically. Is it possible there are objects, characters, or images in the story which also have metaphorical, or symbolic meanings? What are they? Do they have things in common? Do these support or explain a theme in the story?
Helpful hints:For Question 1: Try to pick a specific, descriptive moment from the play. I’m not interested in the analytical (yet).For Question 2: Again, be specific. Describe how something started out and how that same thing ended up. For Question 3: These should be two different distinct questions. Questions like “why did you write the play?” and “did this happen to you or someone you know?” are boring and they will get a boring grade. For Question 4: Think of titles, change, and repeating images/phrases. There is no right or wrong here. I want you to explore your own opinion.
Requirements: Complete Sentences

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Bro

After reading the play, please answer the following questions:Think of Peter Brook and the acid te.st. State what was meaningful, evocative, interesting, exciting, striking in the work.
Think about change. There is always some kind of transformation in theatre. Often, its character, but not always. Identify a change and discuss why it happens.
If the writer were here, what are two questions you’d ask about the work?
Think metaphorically. Is it possible there are objects, characters, or images in the story which also have metaphorical, or symbolic meanings? What are they? Do they have things in common? Do these support or explain a theme in the story?
Helpful hints:For Question 1: Try to pick a specific, descriptive moment from the play. I’m not interested in the analytical (yet).For Question 2: Again, be specific. Describe how something started out and how that same thing ended up. For Question 3: These should be two different distinct questions. Questions like “why did you write the play?” and “did this happen to you or someone you know?” are boring and they will get a boring grade. For Question 4: Think of titles, change, and repeating images/phrases. There is no right or wrong here. I want you to explore your own opinion.
Requirements: Complete Sentences

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The example and readings are attached, please follow the example to do this assignment. There are three prompts total.
For each prompt (a prompt can be a term, phrase, or concept) given below, please write:
a) The author who wrote about the term/phrase/concept. (You only have to cite ONE author for each concept, but you can definitely cite multiple authors. Citing multiple authors may help you to give a fuller definition of the prompt than only citing one. But you do not have to cite all of the authors who wrote about a particular term.) (0.5 point)
b) The meaning of the term/phrase/concept, as it pertains to the topics covered in this course. (You should plan on writing at least a few sentences to give an adequate definition.) (1 point)
c) A television OR social media example that illustrates the term/phrase/concept. (You only need to write about one example: television show OR episode, OR character, OR plotline from a TV show, OR a block of shows, OR an entire network; a social media platform OR influencer OR a hashtag OR an event or campaign on a platform.). You may give more than one example if you wish but only one is required. Anything that is a serial program (that is, consisting of multiple episodes) on broadcast TV, cable TV, or streaming platforms that you view in your domestic space, like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, HBO Go, CBS All Access, etc., counts as “television.” Feature-length (90-120-minute) programs made exclusively for a streaming platform (e.g., Netflix Originals like “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “Always Be My Maybe”) also count as “television” as they were made specifically for domestic viewing. Content (including music videos) made for YouTube or another social media site counts as social media, which you can also use for your examples. (0.5 point)
d) How the television or social media example relates to, and illustrates, the term/phrase/concept. Make sure to refer to at least one idea or argument made by the author (whom you named in part a). (You should plan on writing 1 to 2 paragraphs—6 to 12 sentences at least—to explain how your example relates to the term/phrase/concept.) (2 points)
You must format your answer according to parts a, b, c, and d, like this:
1. (term/phrase/concept)
a. (author’s name)
b. (definition of term/phrase/concept)
c. (name of an example)
d. (how the example relates to the term/phrase/concept)
Points will be deducted for poor spelling, grammar, and/or punctuation (up to 1 point). Points will also be deducted for improper formatting – proper formatting = listing out the different parts of each answer as a., b., c., d. (up to 1 point).
Each four-part response to a prompt is worth up to 4 points total.
Assignment 4 Prompts:
postfeminism
intersectionality
Black Twitter

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater writing question and need an explanation

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
This is where you will post your playwright assignment so everyone can see it. This way we get to see the creativity of the class as we use similar images.
Mask #1( Playwright Assignment) This time you will write a monologue. Make sure to view the happy Polaroids and use one as inspiration. Make sure to look at my sample monologue from the play Cicada. When writing a play you must have a Character. It is not in the same format as fiction writing so do not skip this step.
Completion of Assignment (10)
Elements of Drama present (characters, action, climax, resolution) (10)
Use of Scriptwriting technique/formatting (as opposed to fiction, essay, etc.) (10)
Technical (spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc.) (10)
Originality & Creativity (10)
I will send the pictures. Platwright example is attached

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater project and need an explanation and answ

Learning Goal: I’m working on a theater project and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.The Control Project The purpose of this project is to acquaint the student with the functioning of a computer operated lighting console. The first step is to create a show. You will need to label the show and begin saving the show as your name. Before a console can operate any lighting equipment, it must be “connected” to an address. This is called patching. In a light board, this is done magically by the DMX-512 gods. The second step in this control project is to do the following patch. 1. Patch addresses 1 through 10 to channels 1 through 10. 2. Patch addresses 11 through 13 to channel 11. 3. Patch address 14 to channel 12. There are certain standard procedures that are almost universal with light boards. The next procedure is to use the light board to bring up channels that will be used to create and RECORD a cue. This cue can be programmed to occur at a given rate which is called the TIME of the cue. 1. In the live mode, take channels 1 through 5 to 50%, channels 6 through 10 to 25% and channel 11 to 75%. Record this as cue number 1 with a time of 4 seconds. 2. Now take channels 1 through 10 to 35% and channel 11 to 25%. Record this as cue 3 and the time will be a SPLIT FADE. Make the upfade time 4 seconds and the downfade time 6.5 seconds. 3. Got to cue 0, recall cue 1 and record the levels of that cue as cue 5. Make the time 3 seconds for cue 5. Record a FOLLOW of 8 seconds on this cue. LABEL this cue “Follow Cue 1.” 4. Take channels 1 and 3 and 5 and 7 to 75%. Take channels 2 and 4 and 6 and 8 and 10 to 10%. Record this as cue 7 with a time of 3 seconds and a follow of 4 seconds. 5. Now add channel 12 into cue 7 at 5% and record this as cue 9. Make the time for cue 9 a ZERO second fade. 6. Take channel 12 to 00% and record this as cue 11 with a time of 0 seconds. Put a follow on this cue of 0.1 seconds. Label this cue “The Turn Off.” 7. Take channels 1 through 13 to 00%. Record this as cue 13 with a time of 8 seconds. Label this cue “The End.”