Institution Name Lecturer’s Name Date Introduction Several premiers had been released over the month of august 2015. I had awaited one of the films which were to be played due to the interest I had towards it. Driving miss daisy has been played in several theatres explaining how the old woman Daisy hired a personal chauffeur who was driving her around (Goodrich 265). On that day the stage was set with different actors preparing to give the audience a nice show. Different stages were to be used on the same hall. Driving miss daisy is therefore on the relationship of the personal driver to the old lady (Goodrich 265). Watching the play was much interesting as the use of attires and appropriate characters was maximised. Conclusion The play demonstrated a lot of creativity except on the attires that were used. The creativity was much outstanding and is recommendable for use in any other play. However more efforts should be gained on the presentation on the stage to allow the active participation of the audience. Reference Goodrich Julie. "Driving Miss Daisy: An Autonomous Chauffeur System." Houston Law Review 51.1 (2013): 265. [...]
Please write a review on 2 performances you attended. Provide the following details: LINKS: www.pbs.org www.pbs.org Review should: 1) Begin with a brief summary of the presentation, as well as the date and time you attended or watched online. 2) Describe and discuss some specific elements of the production (costuming, staging, set design, directorial choices, acting choices, props, etc. musical genre, overall performance presentation) 3) Offer your response and/or judgment of the merits or shortcomings of the performance. 4) You should also discuss what the overall theme of the story/music was, thinking about 1) How it made you feel watching or listening to it. 2) Did the experience provide you with any insight or change your perception of the chosen genre. 5) Would you recommend this performance to anyone, explain why or why not. Format 1. No page requirement, just address the questions fully. 2. No footnotes are required for this assignment. 3. Submit as an attachment. doc, docx or pdf files only.