THEATRE DEPARTMENT
RESEARCH AND CREATIVITY

Theatre 401 Research Colloquium

Our Winter 2012 Theories of Theatre class held a colloquium of conference-style research papers on April 16, 2012 in room D215 on the Chilliwack North Campus.

Students, arranged in panels of 3-4, presented papers on a range of subjects related to theatrical theory, representation and practice. There was an opportunity after each paper for the audience to ask questions of the presenters.

Thanks to all who attended and the students for sharing their research!

Schedule of Events:

1:00                        Opening Comments

1:05                        Panel 1: Early Modern “Others”

Alexandra Ehrhardt: Religion as the Forbidden Fruit: The Religious Beliefs of

                Christopher Marlowe and the effect it had on him as a playwright

Gabriel Kirkley: "Time hath confounded our minds": Representations of

                Madness in Jacobean London

Haley Raddysh: “Aphra Behn”

Melissa Harris: Every One Has His Fault and Allowing Women to Become

                Successful Playwrights is Not One: Women Playwrights in Late

                Eighteenth Century England

2:30                        BREAK

2:45                        Panel 2: Critical Theory and Performing Bodies

Christi-Nikao Dos Santos: The Alien Syringa Tree: Examining Representation in

                a Solo Docu-Drama in the Context of Post-Colonial Theory

Leanne Atley: Beat in the Bodega: The Struggle for Cultural Identity in a New

                America

Mandy Dyck: Unfashionable Feminists:  A look at the relevance of feminism in

                the late twentieth century

 3:45                        BREAK

 4:00                        Panel 3: Feeling Genre

Courtney Duffels: The Influence of Music: Dare to Dream

Dylan Coulter:Blasted by Catastrophe: The Evolution of Modern British

                Tragedy

Gabby Bohmer: Continuing the Race: Henrik Ibsen and George Bernard Shaw

                as Theatrical Companions

 
 

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