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Hello, I hope all is well! I have to write a monologue for my acting class, and

Hello, I hope all is well!
I have to write a monologue for my acting class, and I have 2 different steps to do that. All the instructions are attached in the PDF.
I will need each step in a separate PDF please.

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The first is a presentation, and the second is a costume plot.

You have two assignments to complete. The first is a presentation, and the second is a costume plot. Open the files I have attached and check to see if you can complete the work on time and if you understand what needs to be done.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/121gPgwplq4…

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I recorded two videos of the first hour, and wrote notes for the second hour.

I have to write a response about PETER and THE STARCATCHER play. I recorded two videos of the first hour, and wrote notes for the second hour. Instruction attached.
You can google the play if you want to have a better understanding of it.
Peter and the Starcatcher is a play based on the 2004 novel of the same name by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. It was adapted for the stage by Rick Elice with original music composed by Wayne Barker. This play provides a backstory for the characters found in J.M. Barrie’s tales of Peter Pan.
I NEED AN A+
https://audienceaccess.co/show/MTSU-6088

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Your personal observation is more important for the class than what the reviewers have published.

view one theatrical production via recorded media or as virtual productions in order to write an Observation Essay. ( based on CSULA student theatre production play performance). These papers should be AT LEAST three (3) pages and not over four (4) pages and each should include a Works Cited page with a minimum of two sources. These reaction report papers should present your viewpoint and cite research to support your argument or point of view. Generally, they should not exceed around 1500 words and are to be written in MLA format. Observations are NOT reviews, they represent your personal perspective, life experience, and developing voice. You are writing “your observations” and the content should be your personal reaction to the theatre production you attended or viewed supported by appropriate sources. Your personal observation is more important for the class than what the reviewers have published. Your personal response to the theatre production and the aesthetic method in which you support your response is what determines your grade. You are not writing to match or adopt your perception of what the course instructor might like or dislike. Present your opinions and support them with documentation and/or the observations of others. Papers include researching and analyzing the author’s themes, researching critical writings about the play, play reviews of productions of the play/novel, and descriptions of how the play/novel might be visualized including casting, costuming, makeup, set design, reading a selection from the play, and any other creative endeavor you might include.

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Which of the following elements is indicative of a playwright utilizing a presentational dramatic

Which of the following elements is indicative of a playwright utilizing a presentational dramatic
style?
A. one or more characters who directly address the audience
B. a realistic interior set
C. the incorporation of an imaginary “fourth wall”
D. dialogue based around the rhythms of everyday speech

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Which of the following situations is an example of an actor correctly using the method acting technique of substitution?

following techniques would best help the playwright solve this problem?
A. rewriting the other portions of the play until they lead to a natural ending
B. adding a framing device to the play so that it ends in the same place it begins
C. embracing the idea that not all stories have tidy endings and leaving the play as written
D. gathering a group of actors to read the completed portion of the play and brainstorm endings
for the play
9. A playwright has begun writing a series of loosely connected scenes that explore the theme of
greed. This play would best be served by which of the following types of dramatic structure?
A. episodic
B. climactic
C. serial
D. circularIn contrast to Method-based acting training, classical acting training is more likely to focus on:
A. understanding the psychology of a character.
B. sharpening an actor’s technical mastery of the voice and body.
C. working with the language of everyday speech.
D. removing the separation between actor and character.
13. Which of the following types of actor training would best help an ensemble learn to work together
spontaneously and intuitively?
A. Alexander Technique
B. Viewpoints
C. Method
D. Laban Movement Analysis
14. Which of the following situations is an example of an actor correctly using the Method acting
technique of substitution?
A. To fully embody a character with a rich emotional life, an actor spends several weeks
approaching everyday life situations as if he or she were the character.
B. When playing a character suffering from personal embarrassment, an actor thinks of an
embarrassing situation from his or her own life and mentally superimposes it onto the
character.
C. During each performance, an actor finds ways to incorporate the naturally occurring
characteristics of stage fright (e.g., sweaty hands, racing pulse, dry mouth) into his or her
portrayal of the character.
D. When researching the character of a corrupt politician for a play set in the 1920s, an act

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Which of the following elements is indicative of a playwright utilizing a presentational dramatic

Which of the following elements is indicative of a playwright utilizing a presentational dramatic
style?
A. one or more characters who directly address the audience
B. a realistic interior set
C. the incorporation of an imaginary “fourth wall”
D. dialogue based around the rhythms of everyday speech

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Which of the following situations is an example of an actor correctly using the method acting technique of substitution?

following techniques would best help the playwright solve this problem?
A. rewriting the other portions of the play until they lead to a natural ending
B. adding a framing device to the play so that it ends in the same place it begins
C. embracing the idea that not all stories have tidy endings and leaving the play as written
D. gathering a group of actors to read the completed portion of the play and brainstorm endings
for the play
9. A playwright has begun writing a series of loosely connected scenes that explore the theme of
greed. This play would best be served by which of the following types of dramatic structure?
A. episodic
B. climactic
C. serial
D. circularIn contrast to Method-based acting training, classical acting training is more likely to focus on:
A. understanding the psychology of a character.
B. sharpening an actor’s technical mastery of the voice and body.
C. working with the language of everyday speech.
D. removing the separation between actor and character.
13. Which of the following types of actor training would best help an ensemble learn to work together
spontaneously and intuitively?
A. Alexander Technique
B. Viewpoints
C. Method
D. Laban Movement Analysis
14. Which of the following situations is an example of an actor correctly using the Method acting
technique of substitution?
A. To fully embody a character with a rich emotional life, an actor spends several weeks
approaching everyday life situations as if he or she were the character.
B. When playing a character suffering from personal embarrassment, an actor thinks of an
embarrassing situation from his or her own life and mentally superimposes it onto the
character.
C. During each performance, an actor finds ways to incorporate the naturally occurring
characteristics of stage fright (e.g., sweaty hands, racing pulse, dry mouth) into his or her
portrayal of the character.
D. When researching the character of a corrupt politician for a play set in the 1920s, an act

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Answer this with at least 100 words

Based on what you saw of Baba Yaga in the readings (“Baba Yaga” and “Maria Morevna”) and the film (The Frog Princess) in this module, compare and contrast Baba Yaga with the Tlahuelpuchi. Where is there “overlap” in the two figures, and in what ways are they unique?
Answer this with at least 100 words

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Answer this with at least 100 words

Based on what you saw of Baba Yaga in the readings (“Baba Yaga” and “Maria Morevna”) and the film (The Frog Princess) in this module, compare and contrast Baba Yaga with the Tlahuelpuchi. Where is there “overlap” in the two figures, and in what ways are they unique?
Answer this with at least 100 words