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    • IN FRONT OF AND BEHIND THE TABLE: A CREATIVE ENDEAVOR IN MUSICAL THEATRE PERFORMANCE 

      Weddle, Kaitlin Sarah (East Carolina University, 2018-05-04)
      I’ve wanted to be a musical theatre performer since I was a little girl. I loved to sing and dance and play pretend, and being able to study what I love is an utter blessing. I’ve learned that in order to accomplish what ...
    • STUDENT PRODUCED THEATRE PROJECTS: A VITAL ASPECT OF COLLEGIATE THEATRE 

      Fillette, Brandon (East Carolina University, 2016-04-29)
      Theatre business professionals are a close-knit community of people. It is nearly certain that every college theatre major knows another student studying theatre at a different college or university. Most college level ...
    • Student-Produced Theatre Projects: A Vital Aspect of Collegiate Theatre 

      Johnson, Matthew Blake (East Carolina University, 2016-04-29)
      Theatre business professionals are a close-knit community of people who run in similar circles. Likewise, it is nearly certain that every college theatre major knows another student studying theatre at a different college ...
    • Telling a Story: One of the Integral Functions of a Musical 

      Daniel, Megan Rebecca (East Carolina University, 2017-04-18)
      The beginning of an original theatre work always starts with a workshop, which is the initial staged performance of a musical or play after it has been written and rehearsed. My musical workshop, “That’s All She Wrote,” ...