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    • Bordello 

      Bellman, Barbara Lynn (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Dec-12)
      The 1920s was a time of great social challenge in terms of immigration, unemployment, white slavery and political corruption. From the late 1800s to the 1930s, an Orthodox Jewish mafia (known as the Zwi Migdal) trafficked ...
    • The Intersection of Karuk Storytelling and Education 

      Lenk, Waylon (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-12)
      The Karuk Tribe is located in northwest California along the mid-stretch of the Klamath River. An understanding of Karuk dramaturgy cannot be complete without understanding traditional Karuk storytelling. And an understanding ...
    • "Nothing New Under the Sun:" The Use of Projections in Theatre 

      Walter, Stephanie Troise (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Aug-12)
      Projections, a popular form of spectacle seen in live theatrical productions today, have suddenly become a much overused mode of spectacle. Once a specialized form of avant-garde expression, projections can now be found ...
    • The Public Arena: A literary office without walls 

      Treat, Erin Kathleen (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-13)
      American regional theatres are in crisis. The economic downturn of the past four years has resulted in an intensification of existing challenges facing nonprofit theatre institutions, and the result has been a resurgence ...
    • A Remembrance of the Belle: Emily Dickinson On Stage 

      Lee, Caitlin Elizabeth (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-10)
      In September 2009, I served as the Production Dramaturg for the New York premiere production of Emily: An Amethyst Remembrance. During my research process, I learned that the true persona Emily Dickinson does fit into one ...