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  • Prendergast, Ryan M. (2010)
    To complete a full-length two act play before graduation was a goal of mine as a theatre artist. After deliberation, I decided to expand on my successful one act play Death at Jefferson, which tells the story of the ...
  • Ruling, Margaret A. (2007)
    There is no abstract available for this thesis
  • Robelen, Caroline G. (2013-05)
    Many, if not all, Americans have seen or at least heard of the 1950s red-headed star: Lucille Ball. As popular entertainment progresses, for better or worse, Ms. Ball and her popular television series, "I Love Lucy", remain ...
  • White, Sarah M. (2012-05-07)
    Monologues, or solo aramatic pieces, are essential for a young actor. Monologues are what show directors and casting directors if an actor can act, and whether or not they are right for the part. Most of my time over the ...
  • Mathias, Ethan E. (2007)
    "The Musical of Musicals� The Musical is a unique musical comedy that both satirizes and salutes the genre of musical theatre. Over the course of the evening, the actors perform five "mini-shows", each in the style of a ...
  • Barry, Carolyn E. (2012-05)
    After the tragic events of September 11th, 2001, Americans were faced with terrifying realities of loss, overwhelming sadness, and sometimes, the ultimate sacrifice. These realities are still relevant today, starting with ...
  • San, Elliott J. (2011-05-07)
    One would be hard pressed to pin down mankind's first theatrical performance given the frequent nature by which we are prone to entertain each other. However, as the years have passed, mankind has traditionally placed most ...
  • Miller, Joel T. (2008)
    Out of the seemingly irreconcilable differences between homosexuality and the teachings of conservative Christianity, various camps have emerged to lend their voices. The question must be addressed: can a person with ...
  • Marciniak, Sarah J. (2011-05-07)
    A Thousand Stars examines familiar characters from the Greek myth of the Trojan War within the context of the modern or hypothetically futuristic world. The story of Helen, a woman whose beauty was so unparalleled that ...
  • Paradise, Sarah (2014-05)
    Mary Shelley's book Frankenstein is quite hard to read today; not because of its length or language, but because it is hard to shake the many images that fill our minds when we hear the word "Frankenstein." There have been ...

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