Please dont make my writting perfect, there needs to be some errors. I put in do

Please dont make my writting perfect, there needs to be some errors. I put in documents my previous writing assignment for this class and he stated I had run on sentences ect.
A Raisin in the Sun premiered in 1959. Zoot Suit premiered twenty years later in 1979, after the civil rights movement. Each play addresses issues of racism in the United States. Compare and contrast the literary tone of each play. In relation to racism, what differences do you notice in the two plays, and what does that tell you about the ongoing evolution of American theatre and attitudes? Further, what do these plays tell you about what is going on in the streets today?
Plays are works of literature. “Literary tone” refers to the attitude(s) the playwright (author) adopts toward the subject matter of his or her work, and toward the anticipated audience.
Basically, I am asking you to consider the attitude with which each playwright approaches their story – which is very different in each play. A helpful hint is the mention that Zoot Suit premiered after the civil rights movement in the United States. Ask yourself why that would make a difference in Valdez’s attitude compared to Hansberry’s. Then, go over the plays again while paying attention to the tone in which they were composed. Also consider the audiences for which playwright wrote their plays. What were audiences like, and what did they expect in the 1950s? How might that be different in the 1970s? Who do you suppose Hansberry expected to attend her play, and how did she feel about that audience? Ask the same about Valdez. These approaches should help you identify differences and similarities in these two plays about racial discrimination. As always, refer to specific details in each play to support your analyses.

Instructions by teacher: This paper should be a 2000 word minimum, well-researc

Instructions by teacher:
This paper should be a 2000 word minimum, well-researched paper that demonstrates your knowledge and understanding of a global theater genre. Focus on its origins; relevance to its original society and, if it still an active art form, to the modern world; specific traits associated with it, etc.
Here are some guidelines:
2000 word minimum
Written in a formal style (MLA, APA, Chicago Manual of Style, etc.)
Include a bibliography (not part of the word requirement):
Minimum of 5 sources; minimum of 3 different sources cited
Videos, scholarly websites, articles, books, live performances, and interviews are all acceptable sources
Wikis, blogs, on-line student work are not acceptable sources
Please use academic language; the paper should be a demonstration of your scholarship

Decide on a series of question to ask your subjects that relate to the topic “Be

Decide on a series of question to ask your subjects that relate to the topic “Being a Muslim in America today” “Being Gay in America Today” and/or “Being a White Supremacist in America Today”. If you have a different idea for Multicultural/Diversity monologues, let me know and I may or may not approve them as diversity.
Find 7 to 10 people who are either Gay, Muslim or White Supremacist. They will have to self identify when you ask them point blank.
Assure them that their real names will not be used in the monologue and make up a character name for them with their input and help.
Take notes as you ask the questions. If they will permit, you may tape record the conversation.
From your notes craft a one minute monologue using their words and intentions.
Compile all seven to ten monologues into a paper with an introductory paragraph, a list of the questions you asked the subjects, and a brief paragraph as to where you found your subjects and how the process went.
After the monologue entries, write a summary paragraph about your experience.
I will attach two examples below

A​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​fter watching the entire 8-episode miniseries Roots (1977

A​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​fter watching the entire 8-episode miniseries Roots (1977), write a 2-4 page five-paragraph essay formatted like this:
Intro paragraph (10 points)
Discuss how the cinematography, including the lighting and camera angles, help tell the story of Roots. Give specific examples from the mini-series. (25 points)
Discuss how the mise-en-scene helps tell the s​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​tory of Roots. Give specific examples from the mini-series. (25 points)
How does Roots show the audience how the racism and prejudices of slavery never went away, but instead morphed into more underhanded types of racism? Give specific examples from the mini-series. (25 points)
Conclusion paragraph (10 points)
Include a MLA-style Works Cited (5 points​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​)

Overview Your introductory samples are the first stage of a process that should

Overview
Your introductory samples are the first stage of a process that should lay the foundation of future successful strategic communication scriptwriting; that is, screenplays that clearly, completely, concisely communicate a client’s message. In order to do so, it is essential that you grasp the fundamentals of formatting; since the script is to the production as the blueprint is to the building or the score is to the symphonic recording, bad formatting leads inevitably to a bad outcome.
Instructions
You have reviewed both the narrative and the split column formats. Your assignment is to write a sample page in each. For this assignment, you are to concentrate on producing the format perfectly.
Both samples should include two scenes and two characters, each of whom speaks at least one line. The split column must also include two different shots.
Since we are working in a medium where time is of the essence, the assignment has a maximum page limit rather than a minimum. For this assignment, you are limited to no more than 3 pages for the two scripts combined (excluding the cover page).
I have uploaded the formats to give examples, however, the FINAL FORMAT document is the one that needs to be replicated.

Analysis Essay #2 Learning Objectives Analyze the play from the Designer’s point

Analysis Essay #2
Learning Objectives
Analyze the
play from the Designer’s point of view
Assignment Description
The
purpose of this assignment is to analyze the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage from
the Set Designer’s point of view, and write a 2-3 page essay based on the essay
format.
Directions
FORMAT FOR
ESSAY #2
All essays
must be in paragraph form as stand-alone assignments. Spelling and grammar are considered, so it is
important to take time to write a paper that flows. I suggest you group these Essays into the 3
sections listed below. The essay must be
typed using double-spaced 12-inch font.
Analyzing
the Play
What is this play about? Describe the major themes and the human
change in a few sentences.
Is the play realistic, or nonrealistic, or somewhere
in between? (Remember to evaluate the 5 aspects of
realism: plot, characters, language, environment and style).
What is the location (city/state) and time period of
the play? What type of research would
you look for to inspire the design?
How many different locations does this play
require? Describe them.
The World
of the Play
What type of world is it? Find at least 3 of your own descriptive
words. (Example:
friendly, welcoming, harsh, fluffy, fragile, rough,
etc.)
What type of people live in this world?
How would these descriptions influence the
design? Would it affect the colors, textures,
etc.?
How important is the environment to the
story-telling? Why?
What
Choices would you make?
What type of theatre
space would you prefer to use? Why?
If you could only fully
realize one of the sets, due to space and/or budget, which one
would you choose, and why?
How would you propose changing the scenery? Depending on the space available,
would some locations roll in or fly out? If so, please describe which one(s), and how
you would attempt to change the scenery.
Are there any big changes required for the main
set? If so, how would you facilitate the
transformation, considering the scenes that come before it?
Rubric 75
points
Developing
Competent
Exemplary
Quality
of writing
The written text demonstrates a
confusing arrangement of paragraphs, a lack of transitions between
paragraphs, or a confusing arrangement of ideas within paragraphs. The
disorganization makes it difficult for a reader to understand the text’s
ideas. There are spelling and
grammatical errors.
The written
text demonstrates a generally clear arrangement of paragraphs, a generally
clear use of transitions between paragraphs, and a generally clear
organization of ideas within paragraphs. The organizational logic assists a
reader’s understanding of the text’s ideas.
There are few spelling and/or grammatical errors.
The written
text demonstrates a logical arrangement of paragraphs, a logical use of
transitions between paragraphs, and a logical organization of ideas within
paragraphs. The organizational logic enhances a reader’s understanding of the
text’s ideas. There are no obvious spelling or grammatical errors.
15-20 points
20-25 points
25-30 points
Analyzing
the Play
Missing multiple Exemplary
criteria. Not all questions are
considered.
Missing 1-2 Exemplary criteria
The written text
effectively expresses;
·
Major
themes and human change.
·
Character
analysis and justification.
·
Location
and research.
·
All
questions are given detailed consideration.
5-9 points
9-12 points
12-15 points
The
World of the Play
Missing multiple Exemplary
criteria. Not all questions are considered.
Missing 1-2 Exemplary criteria.
The written text effectively defines
the world of the play, and the role of the environment. All answers are well supported.
5-9 points
9-12 points
12-15 points
What
choices would you make?
The written text vaguely addresses
the student’s choices of theatre space, prioritizing and changing scenery.
Answers are not supported.
The written text addresses the
student’s choices of theatre space, prioritizing, and changing scenery. Answers
are somewhat supported.
The written text effectively
addresses the student’s choices of theatre space, prioritizing, and changing
scenery. All answers are well
supported.
5-9 points
9-12 points
12-15 points
Materials and Technology Needed
You must read the play SWEAT by Lynn Nottage for this assignment.

The movie can be found on Netflix. Please do not use any other sources except fo

The movie can be found on Netflix. Please do not use any other sources except for the movie
PLOT: Did the timetable and sequence of events unfold in a way that made
you want to keep watching? Why?
DICTION: Did the dialogue articulate the story of the characters and theme?
Did it fit the world of the play?
THOUGHT (Theme): What do you think the playwright was trying to say?
CHARACTERS: Were the characters believable? Did they fit the world of
the play? Was the acting effective?
MUSIC (music, sound, special effects): Did it help the story? Where the
sound effects life-like or stylized? Or both?
SPECTACLE (lights, set, costumes, make-up, special effects): Were the lights life-like
or atmospheric? Why? Was the set realistic or metaphoric? Why? Did the costumes and make-up work for the characters and the world of the play? Were there any special effects (ie, Projections, etc.)? Did they fit the world of the play? How did all of the visual aspects work in telling the story?
DIRECTION (core concept, high concept): What story do you think the
director was focusing on? Was it effective?
PRE-PLAY: Did the preshow atmosphere help to draw you in? (I know you are not actually at theatre for this so do the best you can with it)
PLAY: What was the conflict[s]? Was the resolution[s] satisfactory?
POST-PLAY: What did you take away from the experience?

Discussion Board 2 Module 2 – Playwright’s Process Learning Objectives

Discussion Board 2
Module 2 – Playwright’s Process
Learning Objectives
Examine and express the process of the playwright.
Assignment Description
This assignment is designed to introduce you to the various ways playwrights work. The videos illustrate many ways to approach writing a play. Your response to the videos should summarize and illustrate one of the approaches. Perhaps it is the approach that you would use to write a play.
Directions
Watch the videos and decide which approach to writing makes the most sense to you. Craft a careful explanation that illustrates your understanding of the playwright’s early process. Submit the 3-4 paragraph to Discussion Board 2, using the title: Playwright’s Process.

Here is the link to access Wannsee; https://youtu.be/FZqsfgCZP-k Here is a brief

Here is the link to access Wannsee;

Here is a brief synopsis of the play:
Rehearsing the Wannsee Conference follows a college professor and six students of color rehearse a play about the Wannsee Conference. The Conference was a gathering of top Nazi leaders who met in 1942 to plan the Final Solution: How to eliminate eleven million Jews in Europe. As the students rehearse, playing German Nazis and Jews, they question their own feelings about an event that took place 75 years ago: Why should they care? By examining these past events the students’ resentments and biases come to the surface. As they delve deeper inside the play and the characters, their understanding and empathy also deepen.

How do directors use sound and music to enhance the theme of a movie? Compare th

How do directors use sound and music to enhance the theme of a movie? Compare the sound design of two films and consider how and why the sound shapes a theme or the overall meaning of the film, the films you should talk about is The grand Budapest hotel and singing in the rain
or
Compare and analyze the use of symbols in two of our course texts. Consider why the directors employ symbolism in their films and how symbols reflect and shape the film’s meaning use the symbols of this movie Rosebud in Citizen Kane, Jeff’s wheelchair in Rear Window, L’Airde Panache in The Grandbudapest Hotel