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Connectivity and change : how the plays of Sam Shepard influenced my short career in the professional theatre (an examination, a retrospective and a proposal

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Title: Connectivity and change : how the plays of Sam Shepard influenced my short career in the professional theatre (an examination, a retrospective and a proposal
Author: Garfat, Robert
Degree Master of Fine Arts - MFA
Program Theatre
Copyright Date: 2010
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2011-01-04
Abstract: Over the following pages, I will examine the work of American playwright, Sam Shepard, specifically the play that I directed as my thesis production twenty-five years ago, Buried Child. I will follow this with looks at several of the plays I produced with the theatre company I founded while a student at UBC, Dark Horse Theatre, and will close with a look at another, later, Shepard play, A Lie of the Mind with an eye to how I would approach that play were I to propose directing it today.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/30511
Scholarly Level: Graduate

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