African-American Theater

I would like you to choose an artist that works within the topic (African-American Theater) and do further research.1. Please research an Artist in the relevant topic and provide a one page biography on the life and work of the artist you chose and what their impact has been on your topic of study.2. Please choose an example from the artist’s body of work that exemplifies the artist in their craft and the furthering of what you believe to be the relevant issue to your selected topic of research. Your choice can include A FILM, OR A PLAY. The artists are of course the actors, directors, writers, producers, entertainers etc. that have furthered Multicultural diversity in the Arts as you see it.3. Please work up the analysis to your example as was practiced for our midterm this semester with All My Sons. You will see the instructions provided below. (Part A)4. Please consider your conclusions to the film/play using the same format as has been practiced in this course. You will see the instructions provided below. (Part B)5. Please write up a one page review/ reaction to your research. You will see the instructions provided below. (Part C)PART – A Answer the questions below to the best of your ability. Your answers should explain how well you understand the story, the plot, its structure, the characters and the relevant action of the film/play. TITLE OF FILM/PLAY: ___________________________PLAYWRIGHT/WRITER__________________________A. Geographical location, including climate:B. Date; year, season, time of day:C. Economic environment (What is the ECONOMY like for the Characters? How does it affect them?)D. Political environment (Who is IN- CHARGE in the relationships? Who or what has the power?)E. Social environment (what are the characters SOCIAL NORMS? How/who do they CONDUCT themselves with? How does that affect the story)F. Religious environment (what effect does RELIGION/ FAITH or the LACK OF RELIGION/FAITH play and affect your story?)1. Who is the Protagonist_________________________________________2. Who is the Antagonist__________________________________________3. List the Inciting Event (the event before the story starts that sets up the action.)4. List the Stasis (how does the world of the story open and exist?)5. List the Intrusion (that moment or event that provokes the present action into motion // breaks the stasis) 6. List events in the story of the Rising Action. (The dramatic events leading to climax) 7. List the major Crisis moment(s) 6-88. List the Climax9. List the Falling Action (The Events that lead to Resolution/Return to Stasis)10. List the Resolution // The Return to Stasis ( the way the world is now)PART – B CONCLUSIONS: (one-two pages)Please flesh out your conclusions and explain how your conclusions affect the overall idea and intent of the film-maker(s), play-maker(s). 1. How does the clash of desire, will, and objective between the Protagonist and the Antagonists help provide the dramatic conflict for the story and shape the overall idea of the film and the film/play makers intent? 2. In your opinion, what is the major social, political, cultural, multicultural or relational issue(s) that this film/ play is speaking to and how does this film/play help to shape your overall outlook at Multicultural issues and the problems we face as a society? Do you believe that this film/play can help with the issue(s) and conversations about what the film speaks to? Why or why not?PART – C Review/ Reaction for your film/play Please write a one page review/reaction to your research.1. What you believe you have learned or gleaned in a more specific way about your chosen area of multicultural research?2. Was this research, analysis and review helpful in furthering your understanding of your chosen topic of Multiculturalism? Why or why not?YOUR FINAL ASSIGNMENT SHOULD BE 6-8 PAGES LONG IN TOTAL – DOUBLE SPACED.

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