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Triumph Of Love, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre 2011 University of Southern Maine

Triumph Of Love, University Of Southern Maine Department Of Theatre

Programs 2010-2011 Season

Book by James Magruder

Music by Jeffrey Stock

Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead

Based on the play by Marivaux

Directed by Assunta Kent

Musical Direction by Edward Reichert

This production was a Participating entry in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KC/ACTF).


Sensemaking And Relational Consequences Of Peer Co-Worker Deception, Erin M. Bryant, Patricia M. Sias 2011 Trinity University

Sensemaking And Relational Consequences Of Peer Co-Worker Deception, Erin M. Bryant, Patricia M. Sias

Human Communication and Theatre Faculty Research

This exploratory study examined sensemaking of peer co-worker deception from the perception of the deceived. A total of 58 narrative accounts of deception were collected via face-to-face interviews with 23 employed adults. Analysis revealed four primary narratives of co-worker deception: corrupt system narratives, "cover your ass" (CYA) narratives, personal gain narratives, and personality trait narratives. Perceived motives and consequences were primary considerations in the sensemaking process and employees reported changing their communication patterns to avoid deceptive co-workers or hold them more accountable for their actions. The theoretical and practical implications of these results are discussed and suggestions for future research ...


Led Spotlight, Eric Toussaint 2011 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo

Led Spotlight, Eric Toussaint

Electrical Engineering

This report details the development and construction of an LED spotlight useable in a theatrical or architectural setting. In depth background information, initial design concepts, lighting instrument specifications, assembly, testing, and conclusions from results are highlighted in this document. Project goals include efforts to support more energy efficient lighting in the arts and general lighting applications and a decrease in overall costs for energy used in all dramatic and architectural lighting applications.


“Class Acts: Readings, Author Conversations, Panels & Perfromances, Darrell Jones 2011 Columbia College Chicago

“Class Acts: Readings, Author Conversations, Panels & Perfromances, Darrell Jones

Darrell Jones

No abstract provided.


State Killing, The Stage Of Innocence, And The Exonerated, Katy Ryan 2011 West Virginia University

State Killing, The Stage Of Innocence, And The Exonerated, Katy Ryan

Katy Ryan

This essay considers the innocence argument and sentimentality in Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s The Exonerated (2003), a documentary play based on interviews with people sentenced to die for crimes they had not committed. The play’s composition, performance, and reception reveal the challenges of art committed to social reform and confirm the difficulty in assessing the political function or, in Fredric Jameson’s sense, the political unconscious of American literature. As a celebrated example of political theatre, The Exonerated also provides a forum for thinking through the contemporary terms and framework of conversations about state killing. The play ...


Assassins, February 17 – 26, 2011, Theatre Sheridan 2011 Sheridan College

Assassins, February 17 – 26, 2011, Theatre Sheridan

Theatre Sheridan Productions

This brilliant Stephen Sondheim musical explores the disintegration of the ‘American Dream’ where privilege degenerates into self-entitlement. The action takes place in a fairground shooting gallery. A collection of misfits explores the notion of notoriety achieved through assassination. Centering on nine of the thirteen people who have tried (four successfully) to assassinate presidents of the United States, this musical explores the communal reason that drove these assassins to act on their impulses. Music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by John Weidman

Director: Tricia Lackey

Choreographer: Anthony MacPherson

Musical Director: Craig Fair


Once Upon A Mattress, February 15 – 26, 2011, Theatre Sheridan 2011 Sheridan College

Once Upon A Mattress, February 15 – 26, 2011, Theatre Sheridan

Theatre Sheridan Productions

In this hilarious medieval send-up of Hans Christian Andersen’s tale “The Princess and the Pea,“ the mute King Sextimus suffers from a curse that can only be reversed “when the mouse devours the hawk.” The evil and manipulative Queen Agravain stifles all attempts to marry off her doting son Prince Dauntless the Drab, and so the entire kingdom struggles under the edict “Throughout the land no one may wed, ‘til Dauntless shares his wedding bed.” Enter the brash and unrefined Princess Winnifred who eagerly swims the castle moat in order to wed Prince Dauntless. Her inevitable, cataclysmic confrontation with ...


A Doll's House, Otterbein University Theatre and Dance Department 2011 Otterbein University

A Doll's House, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

2010-2011 Season

Ibsen's A Doll's House is a revolutionary classic. The play was integral in establishing realism as a theatrical form, and continues to be a provocative portrayal of a woman suffering in a man's world.

https://stageagent.com/shows/play/2344/a-dolls-house


The Lab Report, Volume 04, Issue 09, Todd Ristau 2011 Hollins University

The Lab Report, Volume 04, Issue 09, Todd Ristau

Lab Reports

  • The (Brand) New Testament by Kenley Smith
  • Student Spotlight: Anne G’Fellers-Mason
  • Guest Profile: Ken Dingledine
  • Out of Control,Two One-Act Plays by Maura Campbell
  • SkyPilot's Showcase of Short Plays Features Hollins Playwrights
  • Neeley Gossett to Participate in Ethel Woolson Lab
  • Royal Shiree's dun been thru it
  • From the Director: Are there really too many theatres?


Airswimming, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre 2011 University of Southern Maine

Airswimming, University Of Southern Maine Department Of Theatre

Programs 2010-2011 Season

Written by Charlotte Jones

Director Meghan Brodie

This production was a Participating entry in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KC/ACTF).


Hello, Dolly!, Robert Clements, Beth C. Porter, Tim Phipps 2011 Director and Designer

Hello, Dolly!, Robert Clements, Beth C. Porter, Tim Phipps

Theatre Productions

" … I meddle." And indeed she does. Dolly Levi meddles in numerous people's lives as she pursues her goal of marrying Horace Vandergelder, the well-known half-a-millionaire. Dolly, one of the most fabulous characters on the musical stage, has been hired by Mr. Vandergelder, a widower, to find him a new wife. Little does he realize that Dolly has found him the perfect wife — herself. It takes two hours of comedy, fun, music, dancing, and a cast of crazy characters for Horace to realize that Dolly is just the wife he needs. Comedy, music, and spectacle provide a full package of ...


Recent Tragic Events, February 10-12, 2011, Theatre Arts Discipline 2011 University of Minnesota Morris Digital Well

Recent Tragic Events, February 10-12, 2011, Theatre Arts Discipline

Theatre Programs

University of Minnesota, Morris production of Recent Tragic Eventsf by Craig Wright and directed by Alex McGreavey.

Synopsis: It is September 12th, 2001; the setting is the Minneapolis apartment of Waverly, a young advertising executive. Soon to venture on a blind date amidst the television news coverage of the September 11th attacks, Waverly becomes preoccupied when she discovers that her twin sister, Wendy, a student in New York, has not been heard from. Waverly reassures herself that Wendy had no reason to be at the World Trade Center. As the evening unfolds, Waverly and her blind date, Andrew, an airport ...


The Count Of Monte Cristo, 2011 Taylor University

The Count Of Monte Cristo

Taylor Theatre Playbills

The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 2011 performance of The Count of Monte Cristo, adapted by Charles Morey from the novel by Alexandre Dumas.

The Count of Monte Cristo is the story of Edmond Dantès, who is falsely accused of treason and is sent to prison. He and a fellow prisoner escape and discover a treasure, he returns as the Count of Monte Cristo to take revenge on the men who framed him.


The Ruby Sunrise, Department of Theatre, Florida International University 2011 Florida International University

The Ruby Sunrise, Department Of Theatre, Florida International University

Department of Theatre Production Programs

January 20-30, 2011. Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Performing Arts Center. Written by Rinne Groff. Directed by Michael Yawney. Scenic Design by Ruthmarie Tenorio. Lighting Design by Amanda Sparhawk. Costume Design by Giovanni Velasquez. Sound Design by Robert Alter. Hair and Make-up Design by Caroline Spitzer.


Outside The Box, Parkland College 2011 Parkland College

Outside The Box, Parkland College

Parkland Theatre

By J.P.S. Yates

Director: Wesley Huff*
Technical Director: Breelyn Mehrtens*
Scenic Designer: Sid Germaine*
Lighting Designers: Andrew Hart* and Kris Kirkwood
Costume Designers: Kirby Toalson* and Thom Schnarre
Sound Designers: Joshua Stewart and Wesley Huff*

January 19, 20, 21, 22 at 7:30pm
January 23 at 3pm
2011

Produced by special arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts


Interview For Kathimerini National Newspaper (In Greek), Katerina Zacharia 2011 Loyola Marymount University

Interview For Kathimerini National Newspaper (In Greek), Katerina Zacharia

Katerina Zacharia

No abstract provided.


The Uninvited, Tim Kelly 2011 Stephen F. Austin State University

The Uninvited, Tim Kelly

SFA School of Theatre

No abstract provided.


The Breasts Of Tiresias, Guillaume Apollinaire 2011 Stephen F. Austin State University

The Breasts Of Tiresias, Guillaume Apollinaire

SFA School of Theatre

No abstract provided.


She Stoops To Conquer, Oliver Goldsmith 2011 Stephen F. Austin State University

She Stoops To Conquer, Oliver Goldsmith

SFA School of Theatre

No abstract provided.


School House Rock Live!, Scott Shattuck 2011 Stephen F. Austin State University

School House Rock Live!, Scott Shattuck

SFA School of Theatre

No abstract provided.


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