Annotated Bibliography #7 & #8

Peterson, George. “The Warner Theatre, Washington, DC.” FRONT of HOUSE, Timeless Communications, 7 Apr. 2013, www.fohonline.com/current-issue/22-installations/8509-the-warner-theatre-washington-dc.html. Joining the conversation on the new sound system installed at the Warner Theatre, George Peterson’s article focuses on it’s importance of creating a future for the historical theatre. In particular, Peterson stresses how the Warner Theatre isn’t unique in […]

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Commonplace #12

“The entertainment industry is vast and is a reflection of the society we live in.” –Karrine Steffans The quote I chose to focus on this week was said by Karrine Steffans. Her sentence structure is simple and straight forward. She uses simple words for everyone to understand. The usage of vast is important because it […]

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Annotated Bibliography #5 & #6

Jun, Gina. “’The Nutcracker’ at The Washington Ballet at The Warner Theatre.” DC Metro Theater Arts, DC Metro Theatre Arts, 7 Dec. 2015, dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2015/12/06/the-nutcracker-by-septime-webre-at-warner-theatre/. Joining the conversation on the 11th anniversary performance of the Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker, Gina Jun’s article discusses the company’s first time on the Warner Theatre’s stage. In particular, Gina Jun compliments […]

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Commonplace #11

Rhetorically Analyze this Image: This image grabs catches your eye due to the “ATTENTION” at the top. The author writes formally at the beginning but makes it more conversational at the end. The author is trying to convey how important having a gender inclusive bathroom is and how it may be new and scary to […]

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