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From "This was Hard to Write" to "Au Revoir Renee": My Struggle to Find the Right Words
The following is my research of solo performance as well as my process of writing my own one-man show. I will begin by looking briefly at the history of solo performance, citing examples I have read about in theatre ...
A Sinking Feeling: Scenic Design for Joe Tracz's Phenomena of Decline
Sometimes an opportunity appears in exactly the right place at exactly the right time. As I approached my senior year here at Kalamazoo College, one such opportunity came into focus. I am primarily a student of design. ...
Modern Theatre Company Formation: A Fundamental Paradigmatic Shift in the Theatre
The culmination of my research is a specific plan detailing suggestions for confronting the static theatre. Hopefully, the research will serve as a conduit for conversation. It is not fail safe, nor is it a set-in-stone ...
A Feminist Approach to Advanced Directing : Caryl Churchill Presents
The author explores themes of feminism and issues of gender discrimination in the theater through an original production of scenes from four plays by British feminist and playwright, Caryl Churchill. The author chooses ...
Endings and Beginnings : Looking Into the Directing Process
The author describes the process of producing Moliere's Le Medican du Valant or The Flying Doctor in the Commedia dell'Arte style, focusing on his personal development, the process of acting with masks, and comic timing.
Designing Sorrows and Rejoicings
I took on a challenge when I decided to do the scenic design for the main stage show Sorrows and Rejoicings for my senior project. All I had going for me was a love of designing and one failed attempt in my past. In this ...