Hello! I’m in need of a 4 page paper about a play/broadway musical. This will be a review about the play/musical, meaning it has to be about if you liked/disliked or were in the middle. I will attach a document that lists all the requirements for the paper.Here’s a couple of links, that you need to choose a play/musical from. https://www.playbill.com/article/15-broadway-plays-and-musicals-you-can-watch-on-stage-from-home?fbclid=IwAR2w7ibWwhZ_sPNtxDYrE5Dzk82vKsUmvwuQswaJB5geINhoSpbjxdnWYiI^ With an exception of ‘Rent’ from the list.http://filmedonstage.com/news/108-page-2-free-musicals-and-plays-you-can-now-stream
Play Review Guidelines
YOU are responsible for selecting your own productions—that is part of
the assignment. Friday arts sections of the Tribune or Sun-Times are the
best print sources for ideas for shows in the Chicago area, as are theater
and entertainment websites. Try Googling something like “plays in
Chicago” for starters. Out-of-towners should go to similar print and online
sources for their locations. However, your selections must be approved
by me so we are sure they are appropriate to the assignment. Be sure to
run your final choices by me in an email before purchasing tickets.
There are very few “rules” for writing your play review, but the following
guidelines might prove helpful:
1. Your review should be at least 4 typewritten pages and no more
than 5. Please double space and use 1-inch margins. This equates
to a word count of at least around 1200 words. Please take this
length requirement seriously, as an underdeveloped review will
cause you to lose points! Please submit as a Word document.
2. Organize your review into a basic structure of beginning
(introductory paragraph), middle (body) and end (conclusion).
3. The introduction of your review should contain basic information
about what you saw, where and when. It should also state your
overall opinion of the production—your thesis.
4. The body should be a more in-depth analysis of why you liked or
disliked the production, or why you had a mixed response to it. Be
sure to touch on at least 4 or 5 specific components of the
production, such as acting, set design, lights, direction, music, etc.-the “what is produced”. ((It should be clearer now why we spend so
much time with the three basic elements of theater in Chapter 1!)
5. Your conclusion should restate your overall assessment of the
production and end your review in a snappy, interesting way.
6. Remember, these are intended to be reviews of productions, NOT
analyses of plays. While you may certainly summarize your
response to the play, in a paragraph, as one element of the
production, this should only be ONE element that you discuss.
7. Most especially, do not make your review a summary of the plot or
storyline of the play. This is very annoying to theatergoers reading
8. Don’t be afraid to have a sense of style or to respond to the
production in an individual, personal way. And PLEASE submit
original work! Copying from print or online sources or from a
classmate is plagiarism and will invoke the College policy on
Academic Integrity. (see Syllabus.)
9. The best way to learn how to write reviews is to read them. Get to
your local newspapers and take a look at a few.
10. You might find it helpful to jot down a few notes immediately after
seeing the show. This will help your memory recall when you sit
down to write.
11. Don’t forget to have fun with this assignment. Go with a friend or
loved one and make an event out of it!
12. Again, ALL REVIEWS MUST BE SUBMITTED AS WORD DOCUMENTS!
OTHER FORMATS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!
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