Title

Many Voices: Creating a Theatrical Piece

Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

1992

Advisor

Kaarin Johnston

Abstract

Many Voices is a one-act performance piece. It focuses on the topic of sexism. It consists of short scenes and two-person exchanges, plus speeches of various lengths and a framing device based upon the theme of testimony. The piece runs approximately 30 minutes. The remainder of the thesis text consists of a reflection paper on the playwriting process and four appendices, containing other writings by the author and a poem by another writer, Jessica Wampach. The author's approach to this piece was as a highly physical, movement- oriented theatrical piece which represents both male and female perspectives on sexism and gender-related issues.

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