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    • A director's approach to Sam Shepard's True West. 

      Yoho, Rob E., 1987- (2015-07-14)
      Sam Shepard’s True West is a black comedy that tells the story of Austin and Lee, two brothers leading vastly different lives who meet unexpectedly at their mother’s home in suburban Los Angeles, and through a series of ...
    • A director’s approach to the new Gershwin musical Crazy for You. 

      Brown, Aaron Matthew, 1987- (2018-03-08)
      In 1992, The “new” Gershwin musical Crazy for You premiered on Broadway to rave reviews. The musical production, adapted from the 1930 Gershwin musical Girl Crazy, featured a new book by Ken Ludwig, choreography by Susan ...
    • Buried underground : The Subway's contribution to American theatre. 

      Papas, Casey Michael, 1992- (2019-07-24)
      The Subway (written 1923, performed 1929) is Elmer Rice’s lesser-known American expressionist work. The play’s lowered status amongst his dramatic work stems from its problematic production history, coupled with critical ...
    • A director's approach to Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull". 

      Johnson, Rebecca Susan. (2010-10-08)
      This thesis examines the production process of the 2010 Baylor University Theatre production of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull from the perspective of the director. This production highlighted the themes of art, love, and ...
    • A director’s approach to Jeffrey Hatcher’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 

      Wallace, Josiah Stanley. (, 2012-08-08)
      American playwright Jeffrey Hatcher continues his practice of adapting well known works of literature for the stage with his 2008 play, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. This thesis considers the play within Hatcher’s cannon and ...