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TA 385 and 386: World Theatre I and II: writing about theatre
For those new to writing about theatre (and for general inspiration for everyone) discipline-specific guides to theatre research and writing about theatre can be very useful. Here are a few suggestions:
Call Number: Fine Arts Library Book Stacks - PN 1707 .H83 2006
Covers everything from matters of style to forms of essays used in writing about theater. Beginning with a discussion of the theatrical review, the text covers the forms of essays used in writing about theatre, research, matters of style, structure, and vocabulary.
Call Number: Fine Arts Library Book Stacks - PN 1707 .F57 2015
Whether you're blogging, tweeting or writing an academic essay, your challenges as a critic remain the same: how to capture a performance in words, how to express your opinions, and how to keep the reader entertained. Mark Fisher's book shows you his way to do it.
The Writing Center
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