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    • Entropy in Two American Road Narratives

    • American literature, entropy, post-apocalyptic literature, Transcendentalism, road narrative, realism
    • Tony Tanner’s book City of Words analyzes American literature from 1950-1970; in the chapter entitled “Everything Running Down” the theme of entropy, the second law of thermodynamics, is explored and revealed to be a common motif within many works...
    • 2010-12-17
    • Set Design for Three Sisters: An Extraordinary Encounter with Chekhov

    • Encounters, universal language of design, authenticity, creativity, atmosphere, artistry, craft, mood, integrity, communication
    • The thesis An Extraordinary Encounter with Chekhov strives to examine the process and phases involved in the design of the set for Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters. This play was produced in the Spring of 2007, at the University of New Orleans. This...
    • 2007-12-15;
    • Mirth Matters:  Creating the role of Beatrice In William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing

    • Christen A. Garrett, Chrissy Garrett, University of New Orleans, UNO, Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare
    • This thesis serves as documentation of my efforts to explore and define my creative process as an actor in creating the role of Beatrice in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. This includes research, character analysis, rehearsal journal...
    • 2010-05-14
    • Realizing the Mentally Challenged Character of Oscar in My Friend, Oscar

    • Blake Balu, My Friend, Oscar, Reyo-San Pictures, UNO, University of New Orleans
    • This thesis serves to document and define my creative process and efforts to perform the role of Oscar in My Friend, Oscar which was written by me and Brian Kaz. It contains my research, how I put my research into use in the role, my production...
    • 2009-05-15;
    • Scenic Design for Dancing at Lughnasa

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    • This thesis examines the process of designing the set for the fall 2006 production of Brian Friel.s Dancing at Lughnasa at the University of New Orleans. This production was chosen for me by the graduate committee in partial completion of my Master...
    • 2007-05-18;

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