Browse by Subject "Theatre"
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Attention, absorption and habit: the Stanislavski System reexamined as a cognitive process using the “Theatre of Consciousness” model of Bernard Baars (2010-05-19)Konstantin Stanislavski stated that “Art should be on good terms with science.” This was far from an unqualified statement, as he stridently resisted the “scientific sophistries” that some actors used to replace true ...
Bound (2014-05)Adaptation thrives in our entertainment culture and as consumers we encounter adapted works regularly; yet still we cannot seem to escape the fidelity criticism that birthed such phrases as the book was better. I am drawn ...
(2014-05-30)Grounded in the historiography of the field of trauma studies and a theoretical understanding of the role of adaptation within contemporary culture, this dissertation examines how the process of adapting the familiar ...
(2012-09-18)Herbert Blau is more widely known in theatre history as a theorist and less as a director who strove to identify his directorial style during a time when American values were evolving and American regional theatres were ...
(2011-08-26)The relationship between William Shakespeare’s black Othello and white Desdemona has held a particular hold on the American imagination for two-hundred and fifty years. During its history on the New York stage, Shakespeare’s ...
(2012-05-22)The Ludus de Antichristo, composed c. 1157-1160 at the imperial monastery of Tegernsee, Bavaria is one of the most complete dramatic texts to have survived the Middle Ages. I use the term “complete” because it can be ...
(2014-05)With this image I wanted to connect the three plays that are discussed and compared in my research pertaining to new play development. The clock seen in the image is distorted with symbols representing each play respectively ...