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Masters Theses

Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Rogus, Amanda M. "Finding the Font of Accessibility: The Ideal Materiality in Pedagogical Formats for Neurodivergent Learners" Capella University - Harold Abel School of Psychology (February 2021) Graduate, Masters Theses 21st Century, Acting Pedagogy
Rogus, Amanda M. "Spatiotemporal Dramaturgy, Dialogic "Imagination to Give them Shape": The Symbiosis of Doubling Types and Bakhtin's Chronotopes" (MFA Thesis - Dramaturgy & Acting Concentration) Graduate, Masters Theses Acting, Dramaturgy, Shakespeare
Rogus, Amanda M. “Make Distinction of Our Hands”: A Material Examination of Henslowe’s Diary, A Co-Written Codex" (2019, MLitt Thesis). Graduate, Masters Theses Theater History
Zimmerman, Shadow D. (2016). The Anima in Theatre: Animating a Jungian Concept for Devisers, Directors, and Actors. UC Santa Cruz: Theater Arts. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/17r577jp. Graduate, Masters Theses 20th Century, Acting Pedagogy, Ancient, Dramaturgy, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, Masks, Theater History, Theory/Criticism, Tragedy
“Resolution through Radio: Juvenile Delinquency, Buffalo, and the Federal Theatre Project." MA in Theatre Studies Thesis. Florida State University. 2016. Graduate, Masters Theses 20th Century, American, Historiography, Social Change, Theater History
no.place.   by andre g brown Creative Work, Graduate, Masters Theses African American, Devised Work, Directing, Performance Studies, Social Change, Social Justice
Beeston's Boys and Negotiations of Sovereignty in Late Caroline Drama, Master's Thesis, Oklahoma State University, 2012; Maria Beach, Advisor Graduate, Masters Theses 16th Century, 17th Century, Drama, English, Popular Culture, Theater History