Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Professor’s Name Course Name Date Sucia’s Resilience and Urge to Succeed Thesis Statement A motherless girl called Sucia becomes the only support for her new family. However she does not dream of a prince but wants an Ivy League education. Sucia has to go through the hard domestic life and achieve her individual ambition given the assistance of the ever-present pigeons. Sucia by Nicole Jost presents the present day fairytale for ladies who are not afraid of doing manual or hard work in this Natasha Flores production of Sucia A Cinderella story for the real world. Overview Sucia A Cinderella story for the real world Nicole JostThe Little Theatre Little Theatre 11th March 18 2018 at 2:00pm $15 from the box office located at the Holloway entrance of the Creative Arts Building on campus. Seat number 27 and row number 5. It is located on that Sucia is planning to go to Ivy League. It changes everything and makes her develop a negative attitude towards Sucia. The Event as Theater Sucia was a theater because it involved a body of artistic work such as talking the same words written in the play. The actors in stage represented the characters in the play because the characters in the play are not alive. The performance was not filmed during the action. Summary The general play is based on the main character who carries the theme. Antagonists such as Tia and Hermanita oppose Sucia as a way of showing the strength that she has. However Sucia is resilient and follows her dream and finally achieves it and proves them wrong. Works Cited James P. Zappen Selected Bibliography A. Contemporary US Literature." (2018). Jost Nicole Elizabeth. Sucia: a Cinderella story for the real world. Diss. San Francisco State University 2018. [...]
You will be able to apply the "official" class definition of theatre (with concepts covered in unit one) to an actual production that you watch and then critique. You will be able to use the tools for classifying and analyzing plays (covered by the content of unit two) to categorize and discuss an actual production. You will be able to discuss the contributions of actors, playwright(s), designers and technicians, and director(s), - applying the content of units three through six – in a theatrical critique of a play you have seen. You will learn the content and form of an objective theatrical critique by writing a critique according to a set of guidelines supplied to you.