it sill plays on tv. on the womens channel. it might be on channel 62.
Teenagers often are trying to discover their true identity and establish a sense of belonging in society. Music plays an important role in defining identities in teenagers. Different genres appeal to different kinds of teenagers. Many bands will have a front man that teens can idolize and look up to. Musical tastes are also a good way for teenagers to bond with their peers and make more friends. by Sharon k:)))))
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Luke Ross is played by Cameron Boyce. You might have seen him in movies like 'Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer' or in a show called 'Good Luck Charlie'. He is in seventh grade as of 2011. The girl who plays Jesse is Debby Ryan. Sorry, I misread the question. I thought you were asking who plays luke and who plays jesse.
he plays acoustic He plays a number of different guitars, but seems to prefer Gibson acoustics. On the cover of "Home at Last" he is seen with a Gibson Songwriter Deluxe Studio EC. He also plays a J-200 and a Dove.
It was entertaining. The authors of the plays wrote the kind of material that their audiences would like--they had to, or their actors would be booed off the stage. So the plays would be different for different audiences. A play like Titus Andronicus or The Spanish Tragedy with lots of gore and shock scenes would appeal to the same demographic as the Saw movies do today. A romantic comedy like Much Ado About Nothing would appeal to the same group as a film like You've Got Mail. Henry V would appeal to the action movie crowd. Some plays, like Love's Labour's Lost or Satiromastix, were clearly written for a highbrow crowd like that found at court. Audiences don't change much; people from today enjoy Shakespeare's plays too, provided they are the right plays.
Audiences for what? For plays or magic tricks or something about toys, yes. For speeches about politics, probably not.
Shakespeare was a popular playwright. Then as now, audiences usually liked his plays.
Watch Shakespearean plays (during Shakespeare's lifetime.)
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The answer is Aristophanes
Shakespeare's plays were quite popular with the London audiences of his day--popular enough that copies of the scripts were published and sold. The King's Men certainly were not keen to change their main playwright.
The types of audiences that focus on the play the most depends on the types of plays. For instance, if there is an audience that prefers shakespear they would not so much enjoy a play of CATS.
Shakespeare's plays appeal to us because the language he used and the way he wrote was full of techniques and meaning. He used Greek mythology and the Elizabethan ages to set his stories.
Modern audiences DO, as a matter of incontrovertible fact, find value in Shakespeare's works centuries after his death.There is no "might" about it. The most important value the plays have is entertainment value. They are hugely entertaining because they have interesting stories, compelling characters, thought-provoking themes and the most incredibly and explosively powerful language ever created in English.
They had several favourites: revenge, love, and history were top of the list.
Shakespeare used lots of action like murder to keep the audience's attention.