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Mackey, Sally Performing place : the Caer Llan trilogy. [Show/Exhibition]
Tcherkasski, Sergei (2012) The Stanislavsky system of actor training and its international development in the last 100 years. In: The Stanislavsky system of actor training and its international development in the last 100 years, 6th February 2012, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London. (Unpublished)
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.
Swetz, Mark (2012) Blind spectatorship : directing, dramaturgy and non-visual accessibility. Doctoral thesis, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Chow, Dick Veloso (2010) How to do things with jokes : relocating the political dimension of performance comedy. Doctoral thesis, Central School of Speech & Drama.
Messias, Luiz Fernando Fernandes (2011) Towards a new Sissiography : the Sissy in Body, Abuse and Space in Performance Practice. Doctoral thesis, Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London.
|1.||Watson, Nenagh (2013) My Meeting with Kantor's Umbrella. Polish Theatre Perspectives, 1 (2). ISSN 20814844 (In Press) Item not available from this repository.|
|2.||Watson, Nenagh Every Good Wish Joe: The 'Joe Beeby' Project. [Video] (Unpublished)|
|3.||Selioni, Vasiliki (2013) Laban-Aristotle: Zώον (Zoon) in Theatre Πράξις (Praxis); Towards a methodology for movement training for the actor and in acting. Doctoral thesis, Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London.|
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