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From Question 1 to 4 At least 500 words and at least from two references

Questions 5 and 6 need to be at least 2 pages with at least one reference

Question 1:

At least 500 words and at least from two references

The following webpage for exporters is a good example of sources/resources you can use:

https://www.export.gov/How-to-Export

1. Discuss resources (local, state, federal, global) you can use to start your overseas business venture

2. Which resources seem to be most efficient and why?

Provide links whenever possible

Question 2:

1.Why has Israel been labeled the Startup Nation?

2.What contributes to the high level of innovation and startups? Israel Entrepreneurship Israel Entrepreneurship – Alternative Formats – PDF Document (618.2 KB)

Question 3:

Ease of Doing Business

1. Discuss the sources of information, financing and other support needed to set up a new company in the U.S.

2. Based on Table 6.1, p. 72, in the textbook. compare the monetary costs, time and other resources needed to set up a new company in countries around the world. How would you use this information to select an overseas destination to start your new business venture.

Question 4:

Success and Failure of Entrepreneurs

1. Some suggest that foreign markets are graveyards where entrepreneurial firms fail others contend foreign markets are the key to success. If you are a small firm profitable domestically why would you expand overseas?

2. What seems to determine the success of individual international entrepreneurs?

Question 5:

Case Study Business Incubator Subotica

See p. 210, textbook

Please answer the following Case Questions one by one providing facts, numbers, statistics, charts, references, historic timelines, links, etc.

1. What was the goal of establishing Business Incubator Subotica

2. What is the success of start-up companies from the beginning to today?

3. What are the role and the characteristics of business incubators and clusters?

4. What is the impact of business incubators and clusters in Serbia?

5. Can a building of networks be a powerful tool for multiplying the power of small enterprisers?

6. Who are the participants of the cluster network (Miniregion Subotica)?

Question 6:

Case Study Sebo.com

See p. 336, textbook.

Please answer the following Case Questions one by one providing facts, numbers, statistics, charts, references, historic timelines, links, etc.

1.How did Sedo’s market value develop from 2000 to 2006?

2.To what extent was the 2006 exit strategic for the founders and the investor AdLink?

3.Was the 2006 exit a bargain, fair valued, or overpriced? Take into account that Sedo’s estimated EBIT was EUR 16 million and average EBIT multiples range between 5.5 and 8.1 for companies in the information technology industry.

4.How can Sedo’s management team sustain the company’s current market position in the future?

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Please write a 2-4 page introduction to your research proposal. In this section you will include the following information:

  • Statement of the problem (What healthcare issues are you addressing in your research proposal)
  • Significance of the topic and and explanation of why this should be studied(supported with evidence and statistics)
  • Target population (who are you studying)
  • Example:
  • Introduction
  • The
    emergency department (ED) is a critical, fast-paced environment that is
    susceptible to medical errors. Medical errors are defined as a “preventable
    adverse event or near miss due to the failure of a planned action to be
    completed as intended or use of a wrong plan to achieve an aim” (Pham et al.,
    2012, p. 448). They are the cause of 98,000 annual deaths in the United States.
    Per the Institute of Medicine (IOM), preventable adverse drug events (ADE) were
    one of the most prevalent sources of avoidable medical errors with an annual
    occurrence of 1.5 million events. ADEs are also one of the most expensive
    errors, costing approximately $3.5 billion each year in the United States in
    2006 (Pham et al., 2012). Adverse events were found to take place in 5 to 10% of
    health incidents with half of the incidents being avoidable (Watters &
    Truskett, 2013). Among these medical
    errors are diagnostic errors (incorrect diagnosis or failure to diagnose),
    which are the leading sources of error in emergency departments (Brown,
    McCarthy, Kelen & Levy, 2010). Some examples include the medication
    administration errors, false positive lab test results, unnecessary costs,
    tests and treatments (Schuur, Hsia, Burstin, Schull, & Pines, 2013). Per a
    national database of physician malpractice insurers, the payout for diagnostic
    errors was more than $347 million, which accounted for 46% of emergency
    department malpractice claims (Brown, McCarthy, Kelen & Levy, 2010).
    Diagnostic errors alone account for nearly 40,000-80,000 annual deaths in the
    United States (Pham et al., 2012). Factors in the ED such as psychological
    stress, fatigue, time pressure, distractions, overwhelming workloads, lack of
    immediate and complete patient health information can increase the rate of
    diagnostic errors (Mirvis, 2015). Overcrowding can cause errors such as
    erroneous documentation and malfunctioning administrative processes in
    emergency care (Ben-Assuli & Leshno, 2013). Another factor is information
    overload, which can generate so much anxiety that even coping strategies may
    become ineffective. Emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) overwhelmed by these
    factors can increase the clinical risk to ED patients and increase the risk of
    ineffective communication (Burley, 2011).
    System-related
    interventions such as health information technology (HIT) have the potential to
    significantly reduce the rates of diagnostic errors, complications, mortality
    and costs. In 2005, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reported that the HIT
    implementation could result in net annual savings of $80 billion (Encinosa
    & Bae, 2011). HIT has also been reported to save the United States nearly
    $88 billion in costs over 10 years. Some examples of HIT include bar-coded medication administration
    (BCMA) systems, computerized physician order entry (CPOE), clinical decision support systems
    (CDSS), electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic health records (EHR). (Agrawal, 2009).
    HIT can also
    notably improve the quality and efficiency of a hospital. After a 41% increase in HIT system
    adoption, one hospital’s readmission rates decreased by 41% in 2008 through
    2012 (Ben-Assuli, Shabtai & Leshno, 2013). In terms of quality, one
    study from a Latter-Day Saint (LDS) Hospital showed a 55% statistically
    significant decrease in non-intercepted serious medication errors because of
    computerized provider entry use. A second study with a time-series design
    showed an even more significant reduction of 86% in non-intercepted serious
    medication errors. In terms of efficiency, one study from the Regenstrief Institute
    found that alerting physicians using computerized order entry resulted in an
    11% decrease in treatment delivery time (Chaudhry, 2006). These computer
    systems can provide a safety net to healthcare providers by lessening their
    cognitive load. They also back up important patient health files and documents
    through the aggregation of patient information and feedback assistance (Pham et
    al., 2012).
    Purpose
    This systematic
    analysis aims to provide a deeper understanding of HIT to healthcare providers,
    organizations and the public. It considers how diagnostic errors can be reduced
    in emergency department patients by supplying evidence of positive and negative
    impacts of HIT from previous academic literature. Providing both perspectives
    will hopefully assist healthcare providers in becoming more informed about
    investing in HIT in their organization.

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Week Four Discussion 1 Options Menu: Forum

This discussion question is based on pp. 363-400 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).

Topics you should know before answering this question:

1. The job of a scene designer (pp. 363-373)
2. Assembly, shifting scenery, set decorations (pp. 374-380)
3. Technical rehearsals (pp. 380-381)
4. Costume design and makeup (pp. 385-400)

Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to two of your fellow classmates’ posts.

What are the skills and background required of a scene designer?  What are the skills and background required of a costume designer?  How are they similar?  What differences are there?

General Requirements for Discussion Questions :

For each discussion question, students must respond in an initial post of approximately 250 words by Thursday night of each week.  For eachdiscussion question, two (2) responses to fellow students are required for a passing (3.5) grade or higher on the discussion question.  These responses must be substantive and be at least 75 words apiece.  In all posts, students should discuss concepts from the book as well as take ideas from the lectures and media included for that week.  

  • Initial Post: Due Thursday night @ 11:59pm
  • Responses to two other students: Due Saturday night @ 11:59 pm
  • This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade)

0000Week Four Discussion 2 Options Menu: Forum

This discussion question is based on pp. 405-423 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).

Topics you should know before answering this question:

1. Light and lighting design (pp. 405-418)
2. Sound and sound design (pp. 419-423)

Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to two of your fellow classmates’ posts.

Lighting designers produce “light scores” and “light plots” ; sound designers create “sound scores” and “sound plots”.  What is the difference between a light score and a light plot?  What is the difference between a sound score and a sound plot?  During the actual run of the play, who handles the light plots and the sound plots during performances?

General Requirements for Discussion Questions :

For each discussion question, students must respond in an initial post of approximately 250 words by Thursday night of each week.  For eachdiscussion question, two (2) responses to fellow students are required for a passing (3.5) grade or higher on the discussion question.  These responses must be substantive and be at least 75 words apiece.  In all posts, students should discuss concepts from the book as well as take ideas from the lectures and media included for that week.  

  • Initial Post: Due Thursday night @ 11:59pm
  • Responses to two other students: Due Saturday night @ 11:59 pm
  • This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade)

0000Week Four Discussion 3 Options Menu: Forum

This discussion question is based on pp. 363-400 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).

Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to two of your fellow classmates’ posts.

Go to Course Resources, Video Clips of Plays and find the video clips of Oedipus The King.  This version of the Sophocles play is the 1986 BBC production starring Michael Pennington and Claire Bloom.  The costuming for this production does not reflect the dress of ancient Greece but, instead, has been described as a “mixed-medley costumes, from the Victorian outfits worn by the chorus of Theban senators to Oedipus` white-silk suit with ambassadorial sash.”

Watch the first two clips of Oedipus the King. What effect do the costume choices have on you?  Can you think of a reason for the variation in the costumes and the time periods they represent?  Would you have preferred traditional Greek costume?  Why or why not?

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Week Two Workshop: Draft of Library Report Entry

“There is no perfect time to write. There’s only now.” –Barbara Kingsolver

Initial post: Carefully review the Week Two Library Research Report assignment. Identify one source you can write about for your report (maybe one you found while completing the Journal Databases Activity? ) and draft one (1) entry for your Library Research Report (citation and write-up). Share your work with your classmates on this board. Also include a copy of your research question so that your classmates will be able to understand your write-up in relation to your larger project.

This entry is just a draft, so it’s okay if it’s a bit rough. But do put forth as much effort as your mid-week schedule allows, as this will increase the odds of your getting genuinely helpful feedback from peers. Also, if you’re aware of a problem with your draft entry and just didn’t have time yet to address it, go ahead and let your peers know–be as specific as possible–in a brief introductory note.

To make viewing easier and faster for the group, please copy and paste your work into the box (rather than attaching it). Don’t forget to include your research question at the top!

Replies: Respond to two classmates’ drafts. In carefully analyzing your classmate’s work, you will also be honing your own ability to examine sources and relate the results of this examination to a specific inquiry. This ability has applications both for school and for research related to our jobs and to our everyday lives.

In each of your two responses to peers, answer the questions below. (Remember to respond first to posts that have not yet been responded to by others.)

  1. Source Identification.
    Identifying sources clearly and concisely is tricky. Find the part of your classmate’s entry that identifies the background/credentials of the source’s author/s. Now, do one (1) of the following:
    • Try to rewrite your classmate’s source identification using fewer words, but without sacrificing essential information. Copy your experimental rewrite into your response as item #1.(If you’re not sure about what you’re recommending, go ahead and say so. Even tentative recommendations are better than not offering any potentially helpful suggestions at all.)
    • Is the original source identification already so concise that you see no possibilities for shortening? If so, consider whether there is enough information here for readers to understand the nature of the source. For example, is the source identified merely as a “professor” or as a “researcher” with no additional information about these credentials? If so, point this out. Explain why you think more explanation of the source may be needed.
    • If you see no opportunities to further strengthen the source identification, just copy and paste the entry’s sentence containing the source identification into your response as item #1.
  2. Alignment between entry and research question. Does any part of the source write-up seem unrelated, or tangentially related, to the main research question?
    • If yes, identify that content, and explain.
    • If no part of the entry seems unrelated or tangentially related, then identify one sentence in the entry that illustrates the tight connection between the entry content and the research question, and copy that sentence into your response as item #2.
  3. Presence of summary of support for claims. Does the entry explain how the source author/s arrived at the conclusions that are being summarized in this entry? Copy the sentences that address the HOW? question as item #3. If discussion of “how” appears throughout the entry, you can copy the entire entry as item #3 and boldface all of the parts that address the HOW? question.
  4. Quantity of information on “how.”
    Does the entry possibly provide too much information, or too little information, about how the source supports its claims?
    • If yes, explain.
    • If no–i.e., the entry seems to you to provide just the right amount of information–then explain why you find the amount to be just right. (For example, “the entry explains that the researchers surveyed teenagers, but it doesn’t include unnecessary details about the survey.”)
  5. Accessible language. Our goal in these reports is to make specialized source material accessible to a general audience. Does the entry include any specialist language that might not be accessible to non-specialist readers?
    • If yes, copy and paste 1-2 examples into your response as item #5.
    • If no, identify one sentence in which a specialized idea is presented in clear, accessible language, and copy that sentence into your response as item #5.
  6. Citation. Is the citation complete and correct?
    • If yes, just write “yes, citation is complete and correct.”
    • If no, explain what is missing, or what is unclear, or what is not formatted correctly. But note: don’t worry about things like missing italics or hanging indent format, as these are often lost simply as a result of work being copied and pasted into a Discussion forum.

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  • Week Three Discussion 1

    Week Three Discussion 1This discussion question is based on pp. 303-343 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to at least two of your fellow classmates’ posts.
    Topics you should know before answering this question: 1. The role of the director (pp. 322-324)
    2. Approaches to directing (pp. 324-329)
    Includes: literal, translation, and auteur approaches
    3. Design and casting (pp. 329-332)
    4. Stage, gesture, voice and speech (pp. 332-338)The three different approaches to directing are the literal approach, the translation approach, and the auteur approach. Explain the difference between these three approaches. Then, explain what a translation approach to Romeo and Juliet might look like.To answer this particular question, click the link above. Once you are in the forum, click the “Create Thread” button to view the question again, as well as, create and submit your answer.This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade) and is due Saturday of Week Three at 11:59pm.

  • Discussion Board

    Week Three Discussion 2

    Week Three Discussion 2This discussion question is based on pp. 345-360 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to at least two of your fellowclassmates’ posts.
    Topics you should know before answering this question:1. The actor’s training and means (pp. 346-357)
    2. From training to performing (pp. 351-358)
    3. Dress rehearsals and performance (pp. 359-360)Describe how an actor prepares for a role from the moment he or she gets the script to the final performance. Which aspects of this preparation do you think is most important and why?To answer this particular question, click the link above. Once you are in the forum, click the “Create Thread” button to view the question again, as well as, create and submit your answer.This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade) and is due Saturday of Week Three at 11:59pm.

  • Discussion Board

    Week Three Discussion 3

    Week Three Discussion 3This discussion question is based on pp. 27-32 and pp. 319-322 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball.Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to at least two of your fellow classmates’ posts.You are a Broadway producer and are trying to select your next show to back. You have two strong choices: the stage version of a popular animated film (like Disney’s Frozen) or a new dark comedy about the rise and fall of the 90s grunge rock movement. What are the pros and cons of producing each show? Which of these shows would you choose and why?To answer this particular question, click the link above. Once you are in the forum, click the “Create Thread” button to view the question again, as well as, create and submit your answer.This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade) and is due Saturday of Week Three at 11:59pm.

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PAPER FORMAT:

11″ / 12″ FONT – TIMES NEW ROMAN OR CALIBRI

DOUBLE SPACED THROUGHOUT THE PAPER

TITLE PAGE (APA)…. TITLE IS SAME AS HEADERS, STUDENTS DETERMINE TITLE OF PAPER,,, CENTER INFORMATION IN TOP HALF OF TITLE PAGE, NO EXCESSIVE-DECORTAIVE FONTS,,,                                         DO NOT BOLD.

                                     TITLE PAGE HAS AUTHOR, NAME OF COURSE, DATE

PAGE HEADERS (APA)

PAGE NUMBERS (APA)

MARGINS (APA)

REFERENCE PAGE – MINIMUM OF 2 REFERENCES – USE THE TEXT BOOK AND REFERENCE BELOW THE ARTICLE.  .  AT HIS /HER DISCRETION, STUDENTS MAY USE OTHER REFERENCES.

END NOTES / FOOT NOTES – NOT NEEDED

ABSTRACT – CONSTRUCT A VERY SHORT ABSTRACT, THREE – FIVE 5 SENTENCES.

“CONSTRUCT 3 TO 7 PAGES”….     DO NOT WRITE NUMBERED QUESTIONS AND THEN ANSWER.  STUDENTS SHALL WRITE AN APA STYLE PAPER ADDRESSING THE ISSUES AND ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS IN TRANSFORMATIONAL PARAGRAPHS (SEE BELOW).

-FORMAT

-INTRODUCTION AND OBSERVATIONS – CURTLY DESCRIBE THE BACKGROUND AND ISSUES/CONFLICTS/REAL DILEMMAS

-ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS – DESCRIBE PROBABLE SOLUTIONS AND BEST GUESS RESULTS (ENSURE INPUTS ARE FROM THIS COURSE INCLUDING YOUR EXPERIENTIAL KNOWLEDGE… COMPARE AND CONTRAST WHERE ADVANTAGEOUS TO DO SO.)

-CONCLUSIONS – POINT OUT POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE  CONSEQUENCES OF EMPLOYING OR NOT EMPLOYING YOUR SCRIPTED ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS  TO THIS SPECIFIC CASE AND POSSIBLY UNIVERSALLY TO OTHER POSSIBLE SIMILAR ECENTS.

ENSURE PARAGRAPHS FACILITATE TERMS, CONCEPTS, THEORIES WITHIN THE VIDEO, TEXT READINGS, BLACKBOARD READINGS & VIDEOS , AND CHAT SESSION LECTURES.  EXECUTING THE LATTER ENSURES OPTIMUM EVALUATION RESULTS.

 THE FIRST PERSON PRONOUN IS “NOT” PERMITTED WITHIN THIS SHORT PAPER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Written Assignment (Case):

Short in Stature

Kirby walked into Nancy’s office and said, “I need to talk to you.” He then closed the door and said, “I didn’t appreciate it when you challenged my new production scheduling plan in the meeting. If you had real concerns, why didn’t you wait to talk to me in private? It’s embarrassing to have someone trash my ideas and I don’t want it to happen again.”

Nancy, taken by surprise by Kirby’s response replied, “Well, I’m sorry if I embarrassed you. It certainly was not my intention. I just have some strong feelings about the schedule and simply said what I felt. It looked to me that at least two others felt the same way because it seemed to me like they were really biting their tongues when you outlined the plan.

Kirby said, “I don’t think that is true. You were the only one who objected to the schedule. Besides your tone indicated that you were dismissing the plan as ridiculous. You are not going to get away with being disrespectful to me.”

Nancy then said, “I’m sorry you feel that way. You really caught me by surprise with the plan for the new production schedule.”

Kirby then responded, “I will not let you undermine my attempts to improve the way we do things around here. Nancy, you’ve got a bad attitude and you need to change it. If you are that unhappy around here, then you need to leave. We can’t tolerate any people who aren’t cooperative.” Kirby then left.

Nancy was in shock over what just happened. She felt terrible about Kirby’s reaction. Just then, Irene stuck her head in the door. She said, “It looks like little Napoleon had another temper tantrum. Was he in here chewing you out?”

Nancy said, “Yes, that is what happened. I should have known better than to challenge his ideas in the meeting. I feel just awful.” Irene said, “I know it was no fun for you but I really appreciate the fact that you shot down his idea. Everybody knows that his proposed new schedule would be a disaster. besides, he’s so insecure that even the slightest objection by anybody gets misconstrued as a personal attack. People are afraid to say anything.”

Nancy said, “I don’t know what to say any more. We all have more experience than Kirby and have a pretty good idea about what will work with our production facilities. These meetings never go well anymore because we can’t disagree with anything that Kirby wants to do.”

Just then Cary walked in and said, ‘Wow! I just saw Kirby walking down the hall from this direction. What did he say to you?”

Nancy described the conversation again and Cary said, “That sounds like him. I think that you’d be a great supervisor, but this organization is so male-dominated that even someone like Kirby is tolerated. I know you are upset, but thanks for saying what you did. This new scheduling plan of Kirby’s sounds about as bad as the rest of his ill-conceived ideas. Because we’ve been a good unit in the past and still care about this place, we performance in spite of his incompetence. So it’s not clear to me that upper management knows how bad he is.”

Thirty minutes later Kirby went to see his boss, George Master. “George, I’ve had it with Nancy. She’s really got a bad attitude and is poisoning the well with her negativity. Every time I try to introduce a new change, I’ve got to deal with her. I want to start laying a paper trail to get rid of her. She’s got some friends in the department, and they tend to take her side on most things. If we get rid of her, the rest will fall in line.”

Questions:

  1. How should Kirby have attempted to gain acceptance of his plan for a new production schedule?
  2. How should Kirby handle his differences with Nancy? With some of the other associates?
  3. What do you think George Masters will want to know about the situation?
  4. What advice do you have for Kirby? For Nancy? For George?

Source: Charles R Greer and Richard Plunkett, Supervisory Management 11th edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, 2007.

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This discussion question is based on pages 3-57 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information.)

Topics you should know before answering this question:

1. The Basic Elements of Theater (pp. 6-10)
   Includes: play, performance, audience.
2. Art vs. Entertainment (pp. 10-18)
3. Censorship (pg.11)
4. Special Qualities of Theater (pp. 19-23)
   Includes: lifelikeness, ephemerality, objectivity, complexity of means, and immediacy.
5. Audience (pp. 27-37)
6. The Play (pp. 39-57)
   Includes: plot (episodic, climactic), dramatic action, subtext, character, exposition, point of attack,inciting
   incident, rising action, complication, discoveries, development, climax, resolution, four levels of
   characterization, theme, point of view, soliloquy, chorus, allegory, diction, music, spectacle, and form

Answer the following question in your initial post and then respond to TWO other students.

Both Oedipus Rex and A Doll’s House have a late point of attack.  According to your book, what does it mean for a play to have a late point of attack?  How does a late point of attack affect the audience watching the play?  What must the playwright do in the exposition when the point of attack is late? 

General Requirements for Discussion Questions :

For each discussion question, students must respond in an initial post of approximately 250 words by Thursday night of each week.  For eachdiscussion question, two (2) responses to fellow students are required for a passing (3.5) grade or higher on the discussion question.  These responses must be substantive and be at least 75 words apiece.  In all posts, students should discuss concepts from the book as well as take ideas from the lectures and media included for that week.  

  • Initial Post: Due Thursday night @ 11:59pm
  • Responses to two other students: Due Saturday night @ 11:59 pm
  • This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade)

0000Week One Discussion 2 Options Menu: Forum

This discussion question is based on pp. 61-132 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).

Topics you should know before answering this question:

1. The definitions of festival theater and professional theater  (p. 61, 99-101)
2. The connection between religion/myth and festival theater (pp. 61-66, 76-77, 83-89)
3. The layouts of Greek, Roman, Medieval, English (Shakespearean), French and Italian theaters and the functions they served (pp. 64-75, 77-81, 87-89, 101-105, 111-115, 123-130)
4. Performers, performing, and costumes in each of the theaters in #3
5. Funding for each kind of theater
6. The way in which theater reflects the values of and changes in society

Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to two of your fellow classmates’ posts.

What is the difference between Festival Theater and Professional theater? When did these two forms of theater flourish and why? Give specific examples.

General Requirements for Discussion Questions :

For each discussion question, students must respond in an initial post of approximately 250 words by Thursday night of each week.  For eachdiscussion question, two (2) responses to fellow students are required for a passing (3.5) grade or higher on the discussion question.  These responses must be substantive and be at least 75 words apiece.  In all posts, students should discuss concepts from the book as well as take ideas from the lectures and media included for that week.  

  • Initial Post: Due Thursday night @ 11:59pm
  • Responses to two other students: Due Saturday night @ 11:59 pm
  • This Discussion Question is worth 5 points (2.5% of your grade)

0000Week One Discussion 3 Options Menu: Forum

This discussion question is based on pp. 61-132 of The Essential Theater, 10th ed., by Oscar G. Brockett and Robert J. Ball. (Please see syllabus for complete bibliographic information).

Answer the following question in your response. Each student should then respond to two of your fellow classmates’ posts.

As a playwright, would you prefer to be writing plays during the era of Ancient Greek Festival Theater or during the Renaissance for professional theater in England?  Why?  What are the advantages and disadvantages for a playwright in each type of theater according to your text book?

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