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A Gathering of Voices: Storytelling with Nilo Cruz and Students in the Urban Core
“A Gathering of Voices: Storytelling with Nilo Cruz and Students in the Urban Core” examines the importance of storytelling and the impact it can have in our lives through theatre, literature, and our own context and ...
Expanding Theatre: Directing Approaches from Contemporary Chilean Women Directors
of specific directing methods, thus illuminating the director’s beliefs in action. In each chapter, the author asserts that the director’s innovative thinking and creative practices constitute expansions of the theatrical artform. Finally, the author traces...
Redating Pericles: A Re-examination of Shakespeare’s Pericles as an Elizabethan Play
Pericles's apparent inferiority to Shakespeare’s mature works raises many questions for scholars. Was Shakespeare collaborating with an inferior playwright or playwrights? Did he allow so many corrupt printed versions ...
Getting to Know Rodgers and Hammerstein: Education and Adaptation in 21st-century performance
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II forever changed the face of American musical theatre when Oklahoma! opened on Broadway in 1943. This collaboration is often cited by historians as the first fully-integrated book ...
A drama in two acts, Bloodlines centers upon a traditional farm family in Iowa, several years in the future. The climate has changed, and though they struggle to maintain the centuries-old family home and traditions ...
Family Systems Theory in Chekhov’s ‘Big Four’ Plays
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2018)
This thesis discusses the Bowen family systems theory and its application to character analysis and family relationships in drama. Chekhov’s plays are renowned for their psychological realism. Each character has his ...