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    An exploratory and descriptive inquiry into the relationship between the goals of general education and disciplinary content in acting for non-majors courses in colleges and universities in the United States [1]
    Figure of fun : gender, performance, and popular entertainment in the theatrical career of Trixie Friganza, 1889-1940 / [1]
    The first year : an autoethnography of the Troubling Violence Performance Project [1]
    From Hattie to Halle : an autoethnographic exploration of a black actress performing weight loss [1]
    From Stonewall to millennium : Lesbian representation in three representative Late 20th-century plays by American women. [1]
    Harmonizing with the cosmos : a critical analysis of cosmic symbolism in musical theatre [1]
    The Harold : a revolutionary form that changed improvisational theatre & American comedy [1]
    "If the wizard is a wizard who will serve" : the movical and shifting receptions of the St. Louis Municipal Opera and Royal Shakespeare Company's stage adaptations of MGM's "The Wizard of Oz" [1]
    In her own words : Connie Regan-Blake, the foremother of the festival-based American storytelling revival [1]
    The influence of gender on the careers of women theatre faculty in higher education : a qualitative investigation [1]
    Intercultural adapturgy : twenty-first century women adapting Spanish golden age plays [1]
    Journeying a/cross the divide : an auto/ethnographic performance of coming out [1]
    Killing "woman" : gender and violence in selected plays by Sheila Callaghan and Marisa Wegrzyn [1]
    Kiss today goodbye, and point me toward tomorrow : reviving the time-bound musical, 1968-1975 [1]
    Knickerbockers west : how three playwrights shaped the image of the American west [1]
    The labor of action for the operation of truth : the phenomenology and dramatic Platonism of Meisner technique as refined and extended by William Esper [1]
    The microecology of identity in the last plays of Lanford Wilson [1]
    No crown without the cross : the formation, existence, and disappearance of the Catholic Stage Guild of Ireland [1]
    Opposite sides of a hyphen : becoming my Iranian-American identity through autobiographical performance [1]
    Painted ceilings in scenic design: reflections of American women in scenic design [1]