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In-Compass: An Exploration into Devising Theatre Across Multiple Cultural Identities
Is a group-devised approach to theatre-making better suited to creating theatre when working across multiple different cultures? When working with multiple individuals of different cultural backgrounds, it is important to ...
"Generally Regarded with a Lenient Eye': Amateur Theatre in Dunedin 1862 -1868
Discussion of the rise of amateur theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand, 1862 - 1868, and its associations with professional theatre in the city.
Fact and Fiction: Historical Murder Material Refocused in a Play Script.
The aim of this Masters in Fine Arts, (Theatre Studies) was to integrate the historical material of the ‘Jukebox murder’ within a full length play script which shifts focus from the two dead men, Albert Lawrence Black and ...
We Are Amused: Theatre Comes To Dunedin, December 1861-April 1862
Examines the beginnings of professional theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand, from its first home in a converted horses stables business in 1862.