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Grice, H.P. 1975. "Logic and Conversation."

Grice, H.P. 1975. “Logic and Conversation.” In Peter Cole and Jerry Morgan’s Syntax and Semantics, volume (3) Speech Acts, pp. 41-58. New York: Academic Press. 289 more words

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Planning a Theatre company : Selecting the Pig

It is traditionally the Dramaturg’s job, at least since Brecht, anyway, to record and comment upon the process o’ rehearsal. However, since the two interlinked projects, based in Grand Rapids, MI, are my first as a professional Dramaturg, I thought I’d do one better and start Pre-Rehersal. 290 more words

A bit of history on Mary, Queen of Scots

Dramaturgical notes on Mary Stuart

Six days before the death of her father, James V, (after battle with the English in southern Scotland) Mary Stuart was born on December 8th 1542, in the great royal palace of Linlithgow in Scotland. 404 more words

Intercultural Dramaturgy - playing The Maids

What follows is an excerpt from an article I wrote for Exeunt magazine on Intercultural Dramaturgy. For the full article, including reflections from Adrian Curtin, please go to:  1,552 more words

On Performance

Goodwin, Charles. 2007. “Participation, Stance, and Affect in the Organization of Activities.” Discourse and Society 18(1): 53-73.

How interactions within participation frame cast actors as moral and social operants. 367 more words

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BCWJ Article - Writing in the Winter

Here is the link to my latest Bucks County Women’s Journal Article.

http://bit.ly/StageFebMar15  

Writing in the Winter

By Anne M. Hamilton, MFA

I find it very easy to be creative when it’s very cold or very hot outside. 368 more words

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Leaving traces

As the countdown to Mind your step in Dublin starts (7-8 March 2015), I wish to share with you a story Tiziana Bolfe told me. 273 more words

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