Now showing items 1-10 of 11
Th'Expense of Spirit: A Play for Two Actors
This S.l.P was a creative S.I.P. A great deal of the work that I put into this S.I.P. was research on Mr. W.H., a man who was propelled into infamy by Thomas Thorpe's dedication in his publication of Shakespeare's ...
If I Could Make a Difference
I chose to write a musical because I wanted to express my belief and confidence in today's musical comedy. I believe this form of theatre does have the potential to communicate with people on as serious a level as does ...
Why I Live at the P.O.; A Dramatization in One-Act of a Short Story by Eudora Welty
Several years ago, I read Eudora Welty's "Why I Live at the P.O.", a story so vivid and so full of life that it has excited my thoughts ever since. With my theatrical imagination running rampant, I have dearly wished to ...
In the King's Rose Garden
This is not a play. This is a manuscript. Its destination is unknown; its outcome uncertain. Plays are finished through performance. Some plays such as 'Hamlet' are finished a thousand times a year all over the world, ...
The Making of "Rosie"
There was a time when I had thought I would be student teaching for my Senior Individualized Project. People had always told me one could "fall back on" a teaching certificate. Principles of Teaching (Education 161) quickly ...
Breaking the Mold