Title

Research, Editing, and Publishing a Play

Presenter Information

Andrew Warner

Department

History and Political Science

Major

History with emphasis on secondary education

Research Advisor

Stanley, Jeanne E.

Advisor's Department

Arts, Languages, and Philosophy

Abstract

Researching a play is the beginning of this project, starting with a survey sent to all those involved in the last production of the play and then compiling the answers to give insight to the features that the actors and other participants felt unnecessary and complicated. Then the editing part of the project will commise with the information provided by the survey and research through books, reviews, and online resources the play will be edited to strive to be cleaner and more enjoyable for both audience and participant. Then the final act of the project will be publishing the play in its new form. This will also be defined and the process explained to make it less complicated for the next time a play must be published. This project's purpose is to improve the one play and to provide a detailed account of the processes carried out during this project for later examination and use.

Biography

Andrew Warner is a history major with an emphasis on secondary education that enjoys Theatre but never found himself good enough or had enough time for practice. While this project might seem contradictory to this time problem, Andrew found that a project like this is needed for graduation and will provide a great experience in the field of Theatre without a speaking part. Beginning his life on October of 1998, Andrew enjoys the outdoors, the intricacies of computers, learning German, playing the ukulele, and blacksmithing. History is no longer a hobby for Andrew now that it is his major.

Research Category

Arts and Humanities

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Document Type

Poster

Location

Upper Atrium

Presentation Date

16 Apr 2019, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Research, Editing, and Publishing a Play

Upper Atrium

Researching a play is the beginning of this project, starting with a survey sent to all those involved in the last production of the play and then compiling the answers to give insight to the features that the actors and other participants felt unnecessary and complicated. Then the editing part of the project will commise with the information provided by the survey and research through books, reviews, and online resources the play will be edited to strive to be cleaner and more enjoyable for both audience and participant. Then the final act of the project will be publishing the play in its new form. This will also be defined and the process explained to make it less complicated for the next time a play must be published. This project's purpose is to improve the one play and to provide a detailed account of the processes carried out during this project for later examination and use.