FAA Final Reflection

The ending of the semester means the end to a great class. Below is a recap!

The Fluid Performance of Chungliang Al Huang and the Jupiter Spring Quartet

The first performance of Chung Liang Huang along with the Jupiter Quartet.

The Rape of Lucretia; A Short Review

The second performance, The Rape of Lucretia, an opera.

Krannert Center’s Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime ; A Review

This play was one of my favorites from the entire semester!

Dorrance Dance: A 3 in 1 Tap Show

Tap dance performance given by Dorrance Dance. An0ther favorite of mine!

The San Francisco Symphony At Krannert Center

A picture of the San Francisco Symphony, from the fifth performance.

A Night of Dancing at the Krannert Center

The dance floor from the last night of performances. Definitely in my top 3 favorites!

I thought that the FAA 110 class would just be me attending plays. Instead what I received was way more than that. I have seen plays, operas, symphonies and dance performances. Being in this class has broadened my experiences and I have been able to see things I had never seen before and probably would not have had the access to attend otherwise. Being able to reflect on the shows gives me a chance to analyze the meanings off every creative outlet and come up with my own critiques. Overall, I did enjoy this class and I am glad I chose it. 

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