Welcome to Central Research and Creativity Online, Central's open access repository of research and other creative outputs. The repository represents a range of work at the School, including scholarly publications, practice-research outcomes, selected transcripts and recordings of research events, and instances of new theatre production. It allows Central to share with you some of the exciting and stimulating work that goes on within the walls of the institution. Explore and enjoy…
Donger, Simon (2012) Gloom : scenography as praxis of imperceptibility. Doctoral thesis, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama University of London.
Mackey, Sally Performing place : the Caer Llan trilogy. [Show/Exhibition]
Batzoglou, Antonia (2012) Towards a theatre of psychagogia : an experimental application of the Sesame approach into psychophysical actor training. Doctoral thesis, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.
Chow, Dick Veloso (2010) How to do things with jokes : relocating the political dimension of performance comedy. Doctoral thesis, Central School of Speech & Drama.
Watson, Nenagh Every Good Wish Joe: The 'Joe Beeby' Project. [Video] (Unpublished)
Mancewicz, Aneta (2013) Panel discussion on East European Hamlets. In: Panel discussion on East European Hamlets, 30th January 2013, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. (Unpublished)
|1.||Salih, Canan (2014) Towards an understanding of how London Turkish Cypriot youth ‘perform’ their Diaspora identities through emplacement and mobility. Doctoral thesis, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London.|
|2.||Scott, Joanne (2014) Live Intermediality: A new mode of intermedial praxis. Doctoral thesis, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London.|
|3.||Manuel Campos, Jose Luis (2014) Blast Theory: Intermedial Performance Praxis and the Generative Conditions for Performance Subjectivity. Doctoral thesis, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London.|
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