In the twenty-first century: Dramaturgy

Comtois, M.E.
March 1991
Design for Arts in Education;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p27
Academic Journal
Defines dramaturgy as the practical and theoretical study of playmaking. Need for dramaturgy to become a fundamental element in theatre education; Reclaiming theatre as the voice of community; Accessibility to every age; Importance of educating drama/theatre majors about the diversity of theatre fare.


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