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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY LONG BEACH
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Truth beneath insecurity: Finding freedom in character development through Lecoq and the mask
Saint plays: Costumes bringing saints to life
Speaking themselves: Cross-dressing and gender performance in early modern comedies
Building the theatre audiences of tomorrow: Identifying marketing programs for the acquisition and retention of California State University, Long Beach undergraduate students as audience members for California Repertory Company
The Kentucky Cycle: Journey of the deteriorating human condition
The search for universal truth in art though the costume design of CalReps' production of "And the War Came"
"Machinal" costume design using the Film Noir aesthetic
Radiating atmospheres: The creation of the role of Heino Andersen in "The Poetry of Pizza"
"Treemonisha": A historical and character analysis
Spreading light: An actor process grounded in imagination
In the Era of Good Feelings
From fear to freedom: Overcoming obstacles and living truthfully in a role
Low cost/no cost quality of life programs in non-profit theatre
The crafting of comedy with the use of atmospheres and communication
Chavez Ravine: Strength of losing community
"And the War Came": A memorial to devastated lives
Language as character in "Current nobody"
Technology and the changing face of audience development: An examination of effectiveness of social media, video on demand, and website efficiency as it relates to marketing for the arts
The Low-Profit Limited Liability Company as an alternative business structure in American theatre
The actor and the image
Meisner and the problem of character
Long Beach arts and culture: Visibility and sustainability
Internal conflicts through external design: Costuming the contradictions in "The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer"
"The Hyacinth Macaw": America Through the Broken Looking Glass
Waiting for Lefty: Adversity and the American Dream
Leveraging collaborative models in the nonprofit arts: An examination of business partnerships as a means for increased extrinsic and intrinsic strength
Making the case for a mandatory introductory acting class in the general education paradigm
Updating "La voix humaine": Authenticity and accessibility
The pool of Bethesda A search for immortality through art
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