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Two Playwrights and Ten Years: A Study of the Plays of John Arden and Harold Pinter
This paper is concerned with two of the new playwrights which have sparked England's theatrical revolution. John Arden and Harold Pinter are two of the best known names of the new generation of dramatists. While they both ...
Comic Movement for the Stage
A Study of the Business of Professional Costuming
This paper is the result of the study of the professional costuming business, especially as I encountered it in my work at Brooks Van Horn Costumes. In addition to the main body of my paper, I have included in the ...
A Theatre against These Wars: Two Eras of American Anti-War Drama & Other Comments
The history of the anti-war drama must begin and continue to interpret for us both the crucial spirit of our own hour and the even more important vision of what life could be like in our children's age.
The Documentary Film as Art
The purpose of this paper is to qualify the documentary film as a true cinematic art. In fact, I will attempt to show that the documentary is one of the few types of film that can be considered true cinematic art.
A Study of Publicity and Public Relations at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre
The purpose of this study is to survey the activities of the public relations and publicity departments of the Kalamazoo Civic Players. From observation, interviews and historical recor4s of the Civic, the trends in the ...