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Dissertations for Theater
Blum, Kathleen Dee Ann
Teaching at the crossroads of fantasy and technology: A dramatically-framed computer-assisted instruction modelPh.D. thesis, The University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Bowman, Sarah Lynne
Role-playing: An ethnographic explorationPh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Dallas.
Burrill, Derek Alexander
21st century digital boy: Masculinities, performance, interactive games and the digital imaginaryPh.D. thesis, University of California, Davis.
Cavallo, Alice Cristina Mello
Virtual Forum Theater: Creating and sharing drama to resolve conflictsPh.D. thesis, Tufts University.
DeKraker Lang-Ree, Laura Elizabeth
Technically dramaticMaster's thesis, San Jose State University.
Farley, Kathryn Tracy
Teaching performance in the digital age: Computerized technologies, improvisational play techniques and interactive learning processesPh.D. thesis, Northwestern University.
InquirySpace: An immersive document in the style of the ‘opera reductio’Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Composing in PublicPh.D. thesis, Michigan State University.
Lym, Wendy Lerner
Interacting with “King Lear”: An online resource for instructors of English literature survey coursesPh.D. thesis, The University of Texas at Austin.
Marcus, Sara Rofofsky
Factors affecting theatre faculty use of Web-based technologies in their undergraduate coursesPh.D. thesis, Touro University International.
Mittman, Janet Lynne
Constructing ritual space for displaced teen voices: A study of power and pedagogy using theater and interactive television with adolescent young womenPh.D. thesis, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Morton, Sheila A.
Teaching eighteenth-century drama through classroom and digital performancePh.D. thesis, Illinois State University.
Moss, Phillip Walter
Electronic portfolio: The promise of multimedia technology in theater arts educationPh.D. thesis, Wayne State University.
CD ROM: A passage to Broadway musicalsMaster's thesis, Michigan State University.
Sharplin, Scott Michael
“Lear”'s shadows: Authority and multiplicity in print, performance and hypertextMaster's thesis, University of Alberta .
Tomalin, Josephine E.
Video as a self-assessment tool: Improving acting skills and monologue performancePh.D. thesis, Capella University.