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The Pain Gives Birth to the Laughter: A Clowning Epic
From the golden days of the circus to the present, Clown has been relegated to the position of mime with heavy and distinctive make-up, the dirty slapstick job of the ring. Clown, as we know him today is only a hallow ...
The author describes her internship with the public relations firm Makovsky and Company, discusses the differences between advertising and public relations, the elements of a public relations campaign, and then applies ...
Art Direction and the Production of Television Commercials
Part I of the paper is a narrative account of the atmosphere evident during the filming of a television commercial. It is not a documentation of any particular commercial so much as it is a collection of images gathered ...
Open Mind and Free Body: Studying with Nancy Gabor
It is hard to comprehend or imagine the work of a person who remains faceless to the masses. Here, I will attempt to give a general idea of who Nancy Gabor is.
Seven Weeks on a Movie Set
The author describes his experience as a production assistant, and substitute set dresser on the film, The XYZ Murders, shot in and around Detroit. Included is an interview with Director Sam Raimi.
Musical Direction : The Threepenny Opera
The author describes his experience as Musical Director for a college production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera and details the decisions made regarding instrumentation, as well as cuts and changes ...