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- Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’ and Absurd Theatre
- Analysis of ‘The Love of the Nightingale’ by Wertenbaker
- What is the significance of ‘theatricality’ for our understanding of the modern self?
- How Craig and Appia reformed setting, space and light at the turn of the 19th century with their theories and ideas
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Forum Theatre as Theatre for Development in East Africa Warheit, Emily Jane(2017)Theatre for development (TfD) includes a variety of performance practices that aim to communicate or foster dialogue in a development context. Forum Theatre, developed by Brazilian Director Augusto Boal as part of his ...
PERFORMING NERD: THE NERD STEREOTYPE IN AMERICAN POPULAR CULTURE Boynton, Michael John(2017)The primary function of the nerd stereotype—like any other stereotype—is to reinforce and reify cultural hegemony, to delineate who has access to power and who does not. In this dissertation, I argue that the nerd stereotype ...
Sexuality, Gender, and the Performance of Wrestling Fan Culture Krenek, Jessica Lloyd(2017)This dissertation focuses on fan culture in the world of professional wrestling, specifically the perspectives and experiences of female and AFAB (assigned female at birth) non-binary fans . The project explores broader ...