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The Use of Food in Aristophanes' The Acharnians
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the use of food in Aristophanes' The Acharnians and defines the importance in terms of the political messages in the play. This paper argues that the use of food not only defined class differentiations in the play, but was used to underscore the revelations of victory and the celebratory aspects of the play, all of which were used to convey the power of the victor. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHAchar_.wps

Broadway Play Review of 'The Blue Room'
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A 2 page review of the Broadway play that originated in London. Directed by Sam Mendes of 'Cabaret' revival fame, 'The Blue Room' portrays the darker side of sex as mechanical activity in an existential view of futility of human interaction. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Blueroom.wps

The Status of Italian Renaissance Actors:
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A 5 page paper which examines the popular status of Italian Renaissance actors. Commedia dell'arte was separate from amateur drama because of the high level of performances. Every aspect of the drama was top of the line from the scripts to the costumes to performers, who might play the same role throughout their lives. Although the older form of this street theater had originated with morality plays, these comedies were very different. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BBrenthI.doc.

Problems of Motivation in Mamet’s “Oleanna”
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A 6 page examination of this play by David Mamet, looking specifically at the motivation and characterization of Carol and John. The paper shows how Carol’s character can most productively be read by seeing her as a victim of childhood abuse, and without this information, the audience is as clueless about her behavior as John is. Bibliography lists four sources.
Filename: Mamol.wps

Eugene O'Neill's Beyond The Horizon
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5 pages in length. Expressing one's feelings on family relationships, love, predestination and following dreams is not such an unusual occurrence; that is, of course, unless one is doing so in the early part of the twentieth century. Back during the time Eugene O'Neill wrote his groundbreaking play Beyond The Horizon, these issues were dealt with in the privacy of one's own thoughts. It was highly irregular to delve into such concentrated and personal subjects as these, especially in front of strangers. However, O'Neill recognized the need to address the sometimes more difficult aspects of life, which he achieved so eloquently in Beyond The Horizon. The writer offers a critical analysis of the play. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Horizon3.wps

Blackface
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A 6 page paper that discusses the many different aspects of the use of blackface in the theater and other entertainment fields, and how the banning has influenced the entertainment field today and the general representation of different races. A discussion involving specific productions and characters is included, as well as illustrations regarding black minstrel groups. Essentially it can be stated that with the end of slavery and the political determination to head in a new direction, blackface was eventually banned. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAblackf.wps

Performing Arts Review / 'Death of a Salesman'
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A 4 page paper that provides an overview of the South Coast Repertory Theatre's rendition of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, and considers the simplicity of setting and the development of Willy's character as two fundamental and functional aspects of this performance.
Filename: Salesman.wps

'Blue-Beard' at Covent Garden
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A ten page history of the era during the nineteenth century when theater and spectacle merged, as epitomized by the use of horses in a production of 'Blue-Beard' at London's Covent Garden. The role of well-known actor and producer John Philip Kemble is discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KBcovent.wps

'Hamlet' and 'Dr. Faustus'
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This 3 page paper compares and contrasts the ways in which Shakespeare and Marlowe comment on a moral theme in their plays. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVHamFau.rtf

'night Mother, Tragic but not Tragedy
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A 4 page essay that argues that Marsha Norman's play 'night, Mother fails to fit the definition of Greek tragedy. This examination of the play reveals that it is not Greek tragedy, merely tragic, because Jessie's final act accomplishes no purpose. It is merely her final abdication of personal responsibility. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: khnornm.rtf

'Top Girls' By Caryl Churchill
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5 pages in length. Caryl Churchill's Top Girls set a precedent unlike any other feminist theatre production had heretofore accomplished; as such, this unparalleled approach created a combination of difficulties as well as unusual opportunities for the playwright while preparing the original production. With the critical acclaim inherent to this type of theatrical breakthrough, it is not surprising to find that Churchill's original production was paramount to the growing awareness of escalating gender issues in the early 1980s. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCTpGrl.rtf

“A queer reading of ‘Never the Sinner’”
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A paper which contrasts traditional and queer readings of literary texts, and looks at John Logan’s ‘Never the Sinner’ from the perspective of the latter, in terms of the way in which the characters are presented and Logan’s interpretation of their motivations.
Filename: JLqueerread.wps


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