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  • Inouye, Daniel Paul.
    This thesis provides an in-depth analysis of Jamie Pachino's play, Waving Goodbye, followed by a detailed description of Daniel Inouye's directorial approach to the work in Baylor University’s production which ran from ...
  • Sutton, Meredith Virginia
    This thesis concerns the Baylor University Theatre production of Schoolhouse Rock Live!, as directed by Meredith Sutton. Chapter One provides the history of the creation of the Schoolhouse Rock franchise, the development ...
  • Smith, Whitney L.
    Tackling difficult dialogues, playwright Rebecca Gilman bravely explores big questions. Gilman is a worthy candidate for literary and performance study because her work documents the most compelling issues facing our ...
  • Northrup, Graham J.
    This thesis is a record of the Fall 2007 production of Arthur Miller’s play, All My Sons, as directed by Graham Northrup. Chapter One seeks to contextualize the play by presenting a brief professional biography of Miller ...
  • Johnson, Rebecca Susan.
    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 ...
  • Hibbs, Shelby-Allison.
    Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth offers a cross section of myths and significant pieces of human history in the context of New Jersey in the 1940s. Wilder uses a "play within a play" approach to present the Antrobus ...
  • Reed, David Andrew. (, )
    Rinne Groff’s The Ruby Sunrise tells the story of a poor, self-educated girl who creates the first electric television set in 1927. Her accomplishment goes unnoticed, but twenty-five years later her daughter stops at ...
  • Wallace, Josiah Stanley. (, )
    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 ...
  • Hampton, Jessi M. (, )
    Garson Kanin’s 1945 play, Born Yesterday, depicts the transformation of a former chorus girl from an ignorant young “lady” into an educated and cultured “woman”. A Director’s Approach to Garson Kanin’s Born Yesterday ...
  • Peck, Christopher F. (, )
    This thesis explores a production of Euripides’ Hecuba as it was directed by Christopher Peck. Chapter One articulates a unique Euripidean dramatic structure to demonstrate the contemporary viability of Euripides’ play. ...

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