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An Analytic View of the Usage of a Computer Medium Inside the World of Theater with an Eye Towards the Civic Arena
There is a space for computers and theater to merge and aid each other. The space is ever widening and as the future advances the merge between the two will increase in scope. someday, the Theatre/Computer Science ...
Our Bodies / Our Stages : A Reclamation Project
The author combines a study of feminist philosophy and theatre. Part one reviews feminist issues. Part two surveys feminist theatre. Part three reviews four plays, Megan Terry’s Calm Down Mother, Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon ...
The Taming of Tennessee : A Study of Three Film Adaptations from the Plays of Tennessee Williams
The author describes how three provactive plays of Tennesse Williams-- A Streetcar Named Desire, Sudenly Last Summer, and Night of the Iguana-- were adapted into well-known movies of the 1950s and early 1960s that would ...
The Theatre and Today's Liturgy: A Comparison Between Liberal and Conservative
"After launching into Oliver!, and planning everything, I've "been informed" that I can't do it because it's not church related." I was told that in was inappropriate. This raises as interesting question. Should theatre ...
Deciphering the Tribe: Understanding and Recreating Hair
The beginnings of this Senior Independent Project were humble, to say the least. In fact, it all really started as a joke. Two years ago, in my "pre-French major, pre-study abroad, pre-Frelon director" phase, I brushed ...
Revision and Repetition: Uncovering the Feminine Aesthetic in the Work of Gerlind Reinshagen and Friederike Roth
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 1992)