Saturday, January 4, 2020

Movie Review Jekyll Hyde The Musical - 1661 Words

Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts Summer 2014 High School Reading Drama Report Form: Alexandra Brinkley 12th Grade AP Literature Maddoux Play Title: Jekyll Hyde The Musical Author: The whole show is based on â€Å"Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde† by Robert Louis Stevenson. The musical lyrics were written by Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse, and Steven Cuden. The musical book was written by Leslie Bricusse. Category/Genre: Drama/Horror Where did you watch this play? I watched this show at Casa Maà ±ana Theatre in Fort Worth, TX. Setting: (time/place/historical context) The show is set in the late 19th century century in London, England. The show is mainly set in Dr. Jekyll’s laboratory, The Red Rat, and in the Carew household. Characters At least 3: name/physical description/role in the story line 1. Dr. Henry Jekyll: Dr. Henry Jekyll is the main character of the show. He is a doctor who has made his life goal to separate the good and evil within the human nature. He is Emma Carew’s fiancà ©, Utterson’s best friend, and a man just trying to do good in the world. He transforms into Edward Hyde after taking a formula that went very, very wrong. 2. Lucy Harris: Lucy Harris is a prostitute who works at â€Å"The Red Rat,† a bar for men. She is kind hearted, unlike many of her coworkers. She and Jekyll have chemistry and become friends after he visits the bar on the night of his bachelor party. Lucy falls in love with Jekyll after he shows compassion to her. She is a beautiful womanShow MoreRelatedThe Studio System Essay14396 Words   |  58 Pages1920, Adolph Zukor, head of Paramount Pictures, over the decade of the 1920s helped to fashion Hollywood into a vertically integrated system, a set of economic innovations which was firmly in place by 1930. For the next three decades, the movie industry in the United States and the rest of the world operated by according to these principles. Cultural, social and economic changes ensured the demise of this system after the Second World War. A new way to run Hollywood was Read MoreFrankenstein Study Guide14107 Words   |  57 Pagesand many movie stills and film clips. †¢ Frankenstein: The Art and Legends (Michael Callis) makes connections between art, literature, and scientific achievements of the period. Audiocassettes To support students’ reading skills, have them listen to a tape recording of each chapter before they read on their own. Occasionally, have them read as they listen. †¢ Frankenstein on eight cassettes (Books on Tape, 1984) Music Copyright  © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Both musical and literary

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