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    The American musical stage as a site of utopian possibilities: subversive representations of race and gender in Violet and Caroline, or change
    Becoming a feminist director in the academy
    Bodily difference, interdependence, and toxic half-lives: representations of disability in D.W. Gregorys Dirty Pictures, The Good Daughter, and Radium Girls
    The changing face of American theatre: colorblind and uni-racial casting at the New York Shakespeare Festival under the direction of Joseph Papp
    Conducting a pedagogy: the influence of Maria Irene Fornes's teaching and the Padua Hills Playwright Workshop and Festival on three contemporary women playwrights
    Connections and confluences: the personal and artistic journeys in the writing of Survival dance
    Coriolanus versus the warrior women : a dramaturgical analysis of an adaptation of Shakespeare's play
    cover (a play about trafficking) The power of creating performative auto/ethnographies in a theatre community
    Developing a sustainable business model for theatres : a case study of Kansas City's Starlight Theatre
    Devising and Collective Organization in the San Francisco Mime Troupe's History
    Dramatic conflict: exploring interactive theatre as a pedagogical tool for addressing issues of heterosexism in the educational system
    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
    Figure of fun: gender, performance, and popular entertainment in the theatrical career of Trixie Friganza, 1889-1940
    The first year: an autoethnography of the Troubling Violence Performance Project
    From Hattie to Halle: an autoethnographic exploration of a black actress performing weight loss
    From Stonewall to Millennium: Lesbian Representation in Three Representative Late 20th-Century Plays by American Women.
    The Harold: a revolutionary form that changed improvisational theatre & American comedy
    "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"
    In her own words : Connie Regan-Blake, the foremother of the festival-based American storytelling revival
    Journeying a/cross the divide: an auto/ethnographic performance of coming out