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IN A “WE CAN’T” THEATER CULTURE, MY PLAYWRITING REALITY: A SELF-REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS

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IN A “WE CAN’T” THEATER CULTURE, MY PLAYWRITING REALITY: A SELF-REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS

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Title: IN A “WE CAN’T” THEATER CULTURE, MY PLAYWRITING REALITY: A SELF-REFLECTIVE ANALYSIS
Author: Iha, Margaret
Advisor(s): Herrera, Brian
Committee Member(s): Linnell, Jim
Slaughter, Jane
Encinias-Sandoval, Eva
Department: University of New Mexico. Dept. of Theater and Dance
Subject(s): didactic
Didactic theater
LC Subject(s): Dramatists, American--21st century
Playwriting
Theater--Production and direction
Didactic literature
Degree Level: Doctoral
Abstract: This essay examines the effects of a “we can’t” theatre culture as experienced by the author. I detail my experiments in discerning and enacting a "we can" way of doing theatre amidst a creative environment punctuated by unkept promises. My account examines two main unkept promises or "we can't" moments: we can't write didactic drama and we can't produce your play that way.
Graduation Date: December 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/12082

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