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    • Resurrections: The use of folklore themes and motifs in Marina Carr's works 

      MacCionnaith, Eric-Michael, 1971- (University of Oregon, 2008-03)
      This study explores and demonstrates how Marina Can uses Irish folktale motifs in her plays to bring the audience to a state of mind where they viscerally, as opposed to intellectually, engage with Ireland's search for a ...
    • Roots in the Earth and a Flag in my Hand: Rural Gender Identity in American Musical Theatre 

      Cuskey, Lusie (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      The integrated musical is a vehicle for the creation and communication of a national identity, created through the use of coded performances of gender and, at times, rural settings conceptualized as essentially “American.” ...
    • Sojourn Theatre Company: A Case Study in Community-Based Theatre 

      Madzik, Christine (University of Oregon, 2012)
      This thesis examines contemporary community-based theatre processes and efficacy through a case study of Sojourn Theatre Company. Chapter II overviews Sojourn's production history and explores the company's style. Chapter ...
    • Theater of jambands: Performance of resistance 

      Allaback, Christina L., 1976- (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      Jambands were born in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco with the Grateful Dead, who dominated this musical genre until the mid-nineties. Jamband expert Dean Budnick coined the term shortly thereafter to describe ...