Items where Course is BA (HONS) DRAMA & PERFORMANCE

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Arden, Jade (2013) Political protest as a form of performance: an exploration of the Republican hunger strikes and dirty protests in Northern Ireland, focusing on the women’s struggle in Armagh jail. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Boyce, Victoria (2016) Women in musicals reflect gender stereotypes: using Judith Butler discuss the portrayal of women in Cole Porter's Anything goes and Kiss me, Kate. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Bull, Laura (2013) In what ways can Sarah Kane’s work be considered postdramatic? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Buttery, Jessica Jaye (2015) When considering mother characters in musical theatre through a feminist lens, how does maternity relate to status and power? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Christodoulou, Elena (2015) In what ways does Matilda the Musical differ from, and capture the aura of Roald Dahl's original novel? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Cole, Emily Margaret (2015) How the style of Allegro (1947) can be considered 'proto-poststructuralist' taking into consideration the influence it had on concept musicals in particular Stephen Sondheim's creation of Merrily We Roll Along (1981). BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Dineen, Fintan (2013) America and the commodification of the individual. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Doggrell, Jack Robert (2015) Has Disney™ produced an immersive hyperreal environment, apropriated through the Disney™ Theme Parks to express its ideological hegomony?: what are the implacations of such appropriations culturally? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Doyle, Caroline (2013) Critical reflections on the political theatre of John McGrath and 7:84 Theatre Company: how successfully did their plays speak for the people and to the people? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Gardner, James (2013) Why can’t you just be normal? A Lyotardian exploration of disability and normality within popular musical theatre. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Grier, Emma (2013) An exploration of American ideology and its portrayal in the Broadway musical. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Henley, Charlotte (2013) An exploration of two therapeutic approaches to dramatherapy and the use of myth enactment to mediate a change in behaviour. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Hepplewhite, Jack (2016) Theatre, justice and punishment: a study of theatre's role in the evolving narrative of criminal justice. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Law, Suzannah (2016) Immersion in the performing arts: Why is the liminal such a central trope of immersive dramaturgies and what are the implications of this upon the ontology of the audience's role? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Lawrence, Rebecca (2016) Globalisation of the Walt Disney Company: how their skills in finance, marketing, and promotion are influential when expanding the Disney empire. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Machin-McGarry, A. (2016) National identities and theatre: alternatives to a National Theatre in Belgium. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Mallinson, Hazel (2013) Theatre, education, politics and funding: how effective was Belgrade’s Theatre in Education experiment as a response to the social and political climate from which it was born and how relevant is this to a contemporary audience? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Murray, Eleanor (2016) Tackling female stereotypes from the Golden Age era: female empowerment in Stephen Sondheim's representations of the contemporary American woman. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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price, Katie (2016) Blurring the lines: dramatherapy, playing and reality. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Reid, Louise (2013) Can theatre challenge the oppression felt by disabled people? An investigation into the relationship between theatre and disability. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Rutledge, Megan (2016) A psychoanalytical perspective of Spring awakening: how does the gender identification process offer reason to the main characters inevitable relationship? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Trupia, Angela (2013) Through postdramatic dramaturgies, in what ways do Forced Entertainment generate an iconic aesthetic? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Walker, Hannah (2013) Cultural Hegemony and contemporary performance: the subverted influences of control, surveillance and alienation in urban environments. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Ware, Jade (2015) Using Marxist analogy as a critical lens, explore the ways in which radical theatre challenges the capitalist ideologies of commercial theatre. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Wolkenstein, Bianca (2015) In what ways does Forced Entertainment's dramaturgy appropriate interdisciplinary ruptures and perform the paradigm shift in Postmodernism? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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