Drama and Theatre

Double spaced.

In detail, analyze and evaluate “Othello”. Make sure to review, in detail: -Acting -Scene design (including lights and sound) -Costume -Overall show 600 word minimum. College level writing. Double spaced. See less instructions

*medea by euripides .

In no fewer than 600 words, answer the following prompt: Using specific lines from the text and the elements specifically discussed in the lecture, detail how “Medea” reflects Greek Drama and analyze why Medea does what she does in the play. Justify or condemn her actions. Specifically cite the text at least three times in …

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*medea by euripides .

In no fewer than 600 words, answer the following prompt: Using specific lines from the text and the elements specifically discussed in the lecture, detail how “Medea” reflects Greek Drama and analyze why Medea does what she does in the play. Justify or condemn her actions. Specifically cite the text at least three times in …

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Double spaced.

In detail, analyze and evaluate “Othello”. Make sure to review, in detail: -Acting -Scene design (including lights and sound) -Costume -Overall show 600 word minimum. College level writing. Double spaced. See less instructions

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knowledge of theatre terminology and the production team responsibilities. You will demonstrate your analysis skills and use them to create and design for a production. -designing costumes -advertisement poster for the play -designing costumes

-designing costumes

knowledge of theatre terminology and the production team responsibilities. You will demonstrate your analysis skills and use them to create and design for a production. -designing costumes -advertisement poster for the play -designing costumes

Research the era, whether elizabethan, victorian, modem, neoclassical, among others, and give examples as to what constitutes a representative work for it.

Your paper should respond to two research questions: The first question is “Is this or is it not a typical work for its author?” Many authors develop a career profile and readers often classify them as writers inclined, for example, to compose long works or short works, works using specific literary forms, works about war, …

Research the era, whether elizabethan, victorian, modem, neoclassical, among others, and give examples as to what constitutes a representative work for it. Read More »

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