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The Artaudian audience/performance relationship: Theatre of cruelty and modern possibilities
In 1938, Antonin Artaud established his undeminishable place in theatre history with the publication of his manifesto The Theatre and Its Double. His writing concerning Theatre of Cruelty has challenged theatre practitioners ...
Acting for the camera made simple: A pedagogical methodology for acting for the camera based on a model of interpersonal communication
In this professional problem dissertation, this writer tests a pedagogical methodology for acting for the camera based on a common model of interpersonal communication. The experiment was tested using students at Texas ...
Intersections of theatre, activism, and born-again Christianity: American evangelical theatre from 1974 to 2004
Although there have been many studies about American evangelical politics and the influence of born-again Christianity in popular culture, few scholars have given attention to evangelical theatre. My studies examines four ...