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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 ...
Areoi: A Dance Theater Production
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College., 1973)
My life revolves around two very general and overriding processes: dance and the other arts and becoming an adult, male in contemporary America . My SIP was a highlight in the midst of both these processes . It climaxes ...
Point of View
Theatre as an Historian's Tool: Adam, "The Second Sheperd's Play," and the Medieval Mind
This project's objective is to take a play and/or plays written in medieval Europe and to present versions of them that will make the ideas contained in them meaningful to my audience. Furthermore, directing these plays ...
The Art of the Business: Perceptions of a Novice Agent in the Chicago Talent Market
Nouvelle is a three-year-old, full-service talent agency with departments in both the Chicago and New York offices submitting talent (a generic industry term referring to professional actors, models, trade show host/ ...
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 ...
Taming the Big Apple: A Handbook for the Actor
The organization of this SIP was formulated to inform the actor about some of the skills that will be necessary when looking for a professional job. One of the major factors is auditioning. It is important that the actor ...