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Anonymous, (2014) Acting Amateur Opera: A practical exploration into the use of Michael Chekhov inspired techniques to improve the performance of an amateur opera chorus. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Afropolis Film Festival Project. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An Annual International Festival of Photography in Scotland: Findings of a study on the feasibility of establishing an annual international festival of photography in Scotland. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) Applied Drama as a Learning Tool for Teenagers with Autism Spectrum Condition: A Practical Exploration of Potential Benefits that Drama Exercises May Have in Helping ASC Teenagers to Cope with Difficulties in Social Interaction, as a Consequence of the Triad of Impairments, Through Developing a Survival Kit Guidebook for Teenagers. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) As an aspiring actress, what practical exercises and techniques can I use to prepare for audition? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Assessing The Influence The Disney Princesses Have On Young Girls’ Opinions Regarding Body Image, Appearance And Character. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) ‘A CREATIVE SCOTLAND?’ An investigation into the significance of culture in Scotland’s campaign for independence and establishment of a national identity, with focus on Creative Scotland’s Corporate Plan 2011-2014. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Can Augusto Boal's Games for Actors and Non Actors be used as a tool for developing the social communication skills of S1 students? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Can Bertolt Brecht's ‘Lehrstücke’ be adapted within a Spoken Word form to explore both sides of a bilateral political decision? A workshop exploration of the processes involved in combining Spoken Word Art with Brecht’s He Who Says Yes/He Who Says No, to help facilitate a balanced evaluation of arguments within the 2014 Scottish Referendum. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Can Channel 4’s programme Gogglebox be viewed as a social commentary on today’s society? Through discussion and analysis of the ritual of viewing TV, the content of the programme and whether the programme acts as a social voice, can this offer an explanation as to why Gogglebox the programme has gained more than two million viewers over the past three years? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) Can Classical Greek theatrical devices be used to create an engaging and relevant performance for a modern audience?: A practical exploration of modern uses of classical chorus and monologues based on writing an original full length play and evaluating the application of the two theatrical devices in one’s original writing. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Can Katie Mitchell’s preproduction techniques be applied successfully to a musical theatre text, based on exploration of several techniques to Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Can drama be used as a tool to increase the confidence and communication skills in young people who stammer, aged 4 – 18? A study including the creation of a handbook for use by speech and language therapists with young people who stammer. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Can drama techniques within the classroom, help educate fourteen year old pupils of the dangers associated with knife crime? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Can evoking reality through the use of documentary photography in a theatrical context provoke an appropriate audience response? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Can working in role through Dorothy Heathcote’s ‘Mantle of the Expert’ aid children to crystallize and recognise their own learning? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) A Case Study of Cobweb and Queen Margaret University’s production of “The Provoked Wife”, analysing what aspects of lighting design must be reconsidered when transferring the performance from a site-specific venue to a studio space. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Changing faces of Spanish Tradition Honor, duty and tradition in Federico Garcia Lorca’s rural trilogy. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Coming Home: How Do The Themes And Drama Techniques Used In Sense Scotland’s New Production Home Enable Communication And Create Independence Within Deafblind Service Users? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Community Theatre: Accessibility and Availability across East Lothian. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) The Construction of Scottish Identity Through the use of Music in David Greig’s The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Could an application of Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed offer an alternative form for developing speaking and listening skills in adult EFL learners. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Critical analysis of business plan. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Disability Theatre: What Can Be Done To Further Integrate Physically Disabled Actors Into Mainstream Scottish Theatre? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Disney fairy tale adaptations are frequently stigmatized as superficial and stereotypical. Can the use of Jacques Lacan’s theory of Lack and Desire give deeper insight into messages and values represented in the Disney adaptation of Beauty and the Beast? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Do competitive drama games have a role in youth theatre classes? A case study exploring the drama games a youth theatre class aged 11-15 enjoy playing the most and why. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Does in-yer-face still possess the power to shock? An exploration of intentions and reception of elements of verbal and visual violence in in-yer-face plays as a pathway to social commentary in Sarah Kane’s Blasted, Tim Crouch’s The Author and Anthony Neilson Penetrator. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) Dramatic translations which take into account the culture and language of the place where they will be performed, offer a more relatable text for performance. An examination of Lochhead’s Educating Agnes as an appropriate translation of Molière’s L’Ecole Des Femmes. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Every Woman a Witch: A Practical Exploration of Representations of the Transgressive Powerful Female in Historical Accounts of the 16th and 17th Centuries Witch trials and Modern Feminist Theories Through Writing a One-Act Play In Contemporary Setting. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An Exploration of Charabanc Theatre Company and their effect on the evolution of Northern Irish Theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) FREDRIC JAMESON The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act A Broader Horizon An investigation into the Jamesonian unconscious framework as an unexplored factor in the rise of artistic movements within the theatre, citing specifically Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart (Romanticism) and John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger (Angry Young Men). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) “A Firework In The Face Of The Ruling Class”: Disruption Of The ‘Spectacle’ And Hegemonic Discourse In The Works Of Howard Brenton. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Foucauldian reading of Marina Abramović’s performance Rhythm 0 analysing concepts of power and resistance to re-define roles of ‘activity’ and ‘passivity’ in the performance. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A Gametastic Performance: What immersive theatre is learning from video gaming. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) Gynocritical Approaches to Study of Two Early Women Photographers: An In-depth Analysis of the work of two female photographers; Florestine Perrault Collins and Julia Margaret Cameron, in the light of Elaine Showalter’s Gynocritical Theory. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Have reboots killed the slasher film? An analytical comparison of the visual violence and gore found in slasher films of the 1970’s and 1980’s against contemporary slasher reboots. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Having Identified and Analysed Recurring Themes within the Costume Design of Future World Science-Fiction Cinema How Can I Use This to Inform a Series of My Own Costume Designs? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How Have Rococo Aesthetics Influenced Contemporary Fashion Designers? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) How and why were Egyptian influences and styles interpreted for use in costumes worn at fancy dress balls during the late 19th and early 20th century? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How are subject positions created and interpellated by the gaze, within the filmography of Steve McQueen? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How can an early 21st century sceneographer replicate a late 19th century zeitgeist for a new production of ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How can an involved structure of youth theatre groups be implemented to help build confidence and social skills? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) How can the use of contemporary physical discipline adopt the traditional beliefs of the Elizabethan Era, to encourage a stronger engagement between the emotional and the physical journey of the character process? An exploration of the relationship between the Suzuki Method and Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) How can themes of gender and sexuality be discussed in the work of Leigh Bowery and then used for a performance piece costume? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How did the 'New Romantics' of the Twentieth Century and the 'Macaronis' of the Eighteenth Century inadvertently highlight political ideologies by dressing in an openly androgynous style? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How do scenographers evoke the world of a novel on stage, which the audience already feel they know and can visualise well? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) How does Pathological Narcissism apply to William Shakespeare’s Hamlet? A critical analysis of Hamlet through the lens of Pathological Narcissism, using theories contemporary to the Elizabethan and Modern Era. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How does theatre censorship exist today and what influence does it have on the creativity of contemporary performance artists in Scotland today? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How has colour been used in the past and in the present day to evoke distinct emotional responses? In particular looking at how colours have become associated with different character traits and how it has been used to create characters in story and performance. Specifically creating one costume which can effectively suggest the seven deadly sins using colour. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) How has puppet theatre historically been made to be transportable, and how can these principles be used in a modern context to produce a puppet show that can be toured using public transport? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How have questions of nationalism within the Irish Remembrance culture changed over the century since the 1916 Easter Rising? A consideration of two theatrical depictions of Irish nationalism within Ireland’s Remembrance Culture. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) How might experimenting with a design process for Tennessee Williams The Night of The Iguana, lead to a deeper understanding of the playwright’s theatrical process? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How much has the Kimono evolved since the 20th Century? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How the works of the National Collective contributed to the galvanising of the arts community during the Scottish Independence Referendum. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) How would the designer approach the process of arriving at a lighting concept which will both define a time and place while also effectively communicating the emotional drama playing out on the stage? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) In a primary school setting, can drama workshops based on the ideas of Keith Johnstone achieve the Experiences and Outcomes set out for Drama in the Curriculum for Excellence? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) In developing of a piece of verbatim theatre involving people engaged in a current debate is the role of the writer limited or liberated? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) In what ways does sensory stimulation within a devised performance created for children under five engage local nursery children with theatre? An exploration of the key elements of creating theatre for young children through devising, production and evaluation processes. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) In-yer-face and social realism on stage and film: an in-depth investigation of differences, similarities and possible connections between the social realist movement and in-yer-face theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An Investigation Into The Modes Of Performativity Of Indigenous South African Religious Rites And How These Traditions Have Transformed In A Post-Apartheid Context. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An Investigation Into The Ways In Which Disabled People Are Integrated Into The Artistic Practices of Scottish Theatre Using A Case Study Of The National Theatre of Scotland. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Is it possible to develop an age appropriate drama workshop to raise awareness of Internet Safety for 11-12 year olds? A practical and social project to explore exercises in situ and to develop a handbook of games and activities devised from theatre practice. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Is there substantial evidence to suggest that Arthur Miller wrote ‘Death of a Salesman’ and ‘The Crucible’ in direct response to the social and political events taking place at the time they were written? A close study of the characters and the narratives of ‘Death of a Salesman’ and ‘The Crucible’ and an investigation into the similarities between the plays and the historical, political and social context of the period in which they were written. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Is ‘Modern Family’ modern? How ‘Modern Family’ has modernised and re-popularised the traditional family sitcom. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Managing Musicians: A unique insight into the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) Mixed methods research into the different perspectives of those teaching dance. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Montage and sound: an analysis of The Battleship Potemkin and Rear Window to determine the contributions of Eisenstein’s montage of attractions, Kulshov’s effect and Hitchcock’s use of sound to cinema during its transition from theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Multimedia And The Audience/Performer Relationship – Power, Play And Interaction Within Contemporary Performance. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) The Myth of an Artist: An In-depth Exploration of Banksy’s Graffiti Art in the Light of Roland Barthes’ Idea of Death of an Author. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) ‘National Theatre of Scotland’ or Just ‘Theatre of Scotland’? An Examination of The Relationship Between National Identity and National Theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Nordic Noir – The Norwegian Context and its Relationship to Film Noir. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An Observational Study of Potential Benefits of Using Drama as a Tool for Development of Communication and Social Skills in Secondary Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Aged 13-17. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Parent-Child Relations in the Films of Darren Aronofsky. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) The Performance of Masculine Crisis In Contemporary British Cinema: Do The Debut Feature Films of Directors Ben Wheatley and Paddy Consadine Represent a Response To Masculine Crisis. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) A Practical Exploration into writing Dramatic Narrative utilising the concepts of Carl Jung’s Archetypes. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Referendum Culture: An exploration of the relationship between politics and theatre in Scotland with specific focus on the impact of the 2014 Independence Referendum. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) ‘Seeing’ Drama through Deaf Culture Exploration whether theatre and drama participation has relevance for the Deaf community. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) Since it’s inception, how have the requirements set out by Creative Scotland in it’s funding policies affected venue programming? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Some things that can be learnt about Brecht: Can the application of selected Stanislavskian techniques provide a new perspective on Brecht’s Epic Theatre? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) “Taming my wild heart to thy loving hand” Did Beatrice ‘sell out’ to convention? A feminist critique of Much Ado about Nothing's heroine on page, stage and screen. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) The Teaching of Higher Drama Theory in Scottish Secondary Schools: A Practical Exploration into the Integration of Practical and Theory Work in the Classroom to Examine the Impact on Pupils’ Written Grades. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Through a practical exploration of William Luce’s The Last Flapper is it possible to demonstrate how the lighting design of a play reflects the protagonist’s mental instability? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) To What Extent are the Stock Characters of Commedia dell’Arte Recognisable in the Silent Comedy Films of the Early 20th Century and is the Silent Medium a Contributing Factor upon This Influence. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) To investigate the invention of the tailored garment in the early eleventh century, and trace its development from the draped garments worn by the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Early Christians 2000 BC to 475AD. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) To investigate the tradition of carnival in the West Indies and its establishment in London as the Notting Hill Carnival. Tracing through the development of the spectacle and how the traditions and styles have adapted the Carnival of today, 2011. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) To what Extent does Current Literature in the Field of Cross-Cultural Communications meet the Concerns of Contemporary Industry Professionals in the Performing Arts? An Analysis of Key Issues and Recommendations for Practitioners. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) To what extent can hip hop be presented as a contemporary theatrical form and how it can enhance the professional development for performing artists within the UK? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) To what extent could youth theatre facilitators in Scotland be said to censor the creative process and productions of participants between the ages of 16-25? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) To what extent does an actor’s physical performance improve when the Alexander Technique is applied to their training? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) To what extent has theatre been used, in Scotland, as a means of communicating ethnic minority contribution towards its national identity? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) To what extent is gender implicated in the construction and portrayal of the modern heroine in crime genre on UK television? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Using Grand Guignol’s themes and structure, is it possible to write a Grand Guignol one act play for a contemporary audience? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Using Laura Mulvey’s Critical Film Theory ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’, analyse the extent to which the concept of ‘The Male Gaze’ is a prevalent feature of traditional Hollywood narrative cinema with regards to Academy Award for Best Picture winning films between the years 1975 and 2010. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Using Skye and Lochalsh as a subject, is the provision of Arts funding and the Curriculum for Excellence proving to be enough for the area? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) What are the advantages for pupils and teachers of using drama to facilitate lessons- focusing predominantly on History- within a primary five classroom who do not have drama as a specialist subject. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) What are the artistic and societal implications of finance-free theatre production? An investigation into the ways in which the producing and rehearsal processes adapt for a production without financial support. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) What are the main issues surrounding organisations and individuals when trying to maintain a mutually beneficial internship? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) What are the problems the set and lighting designers must solve when adapting a piece of classical Hollywood Film Noir into the theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What criteria would be involved in creating a set which becomes the living performance? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) What current available training for stage managers is relevant for establishing the role professionally in British theatre today? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) What effect has the development in women’s undergarments had on the role and image in society of women in the past hundred years? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) What impact did Rolf Borzik and Peter Pabst’s designs have on the unique work of the Tanztheater Wuppertal? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What is involved in the pre-production period for a director? What are the practical and creative stages that occur in a director preparing for rehearsal? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What is the connection between plot and character in dramatic writing? An exploration of plot as a dramaturgical building block of characterisation through analysis of three dramaturgical theorists –Aristotle, Steve Waters and David Edgar– in order to write a two hander which would utilise character as a character development tool. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What is the link between the metaphor of a beast in Angela Carter’s fiction, radio and screen works and the concepts of repression and liberation in postmodern gothic fiction? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) What makes different interpretations of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland work as an on screen adaptation; how well are the themes and characterisation of the original works transferred from page to screen? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) What new measures can be taken to promote Disability Theatre performances in Scotland? A survey of marketing managers and audiences promoting and attending disability performances. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) What position does Biomechanical training hold within British theatre and actor training? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) What would be the significant scenic design elements required in order to set Angela Carter’s The Erl-King within an immersive environment? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) Where do all the funny women go? A study of the development of women’s comedy in Britain using examples from 17th, 20th and 21st Centuries. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Who is Talking now? A Socio-linguist Study of Language Traits and Social Interactions Between Dramatic Characters in Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls with Specific Reference to the Concept of Dominance vs Solidarity in Gendered Talk. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) YouPlay – A Youth Theatre Company: Business Plan and Critical Analysis. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An analysis and exploration into the creative vision of Cirque Du Soleil and how this is represented within character makeup. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An analysis and exploration of contemporary playwriting; revealing how and why postmodern plays better reflect a society increasingly disengaged from contemporary sources of meaning, specifically capitalism and the free markets. A critical reading of two plays produced at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 2012. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An analysis of the current provision of the subject of drama in secondary schools in Dundee and Angus. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An analysis of the historical influence in Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy, focusing mainly on The Plough and The Stars, and The Shadow of a Gunman. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An analytical evaluation of destruction, cruelty, struggle, interminability and other themes from the Theatre of the Absurd in Anthony Neilson’s The Wonderful World of Dissocia (2007). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) A comparison into the portrayal of male characters in a selection of Contemporary Scottish plays between the 1970's and 2000's with a focus on the Social context and Political narrative of the time. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) A critical analysis of Ruth’s journey within Harold Pinter’s ‘The Homecoming’ (1965), using Judith Butler’s theories of ‘Gender Construction’, and ‘Gender Performativity’. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) A critical analysis of the characters in Caryl Churchill’s ‘Cloud Nine’ (1979), using a framework shaped by Judith Butler’s theories of ‘gender construction’, ‘performativity’ and ‘subversion’. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A discussion to explore if the musical West Side Story (1957) is representative of the racial discrimination and violence present in American society during the 1950’s through a textual analysis of the songs. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An examination of the strengths and weaknesses of using drama as a method to teach cross curricular studies in Scottish primary schools within the framework of Curriculum for Excellence specifically focusing on achieving the outcomes for the Successful Learner capacity. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An exploration into Butler’s theory of ‘performativity’ by investigating the possibility of a playwright communicating a particular gender through the performance of language, based on socially constructed theories of gender discourse. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An exploration into applications of Drama as a tool for improving social development skills of children with Down’s syndrome aged nine to sixteen. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploration into the boundaries between the artist and audience in Helene Weigel’s portrayal of Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage in contrast to Marina Abramovic’s Rhythm 0. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploration into the development of a drag character, using practitioners Stanislavski and Barry Humphries as stimuli to build developmental process. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An exploration into the effect of using drama as an interdisciplinary teaching method on primary children's learning development when used within the framework of Curriculum for Excellence. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An exploration of death as an overarching theme in Ann Marie Di Mambro’s Brother’s of Thunder, Jo Clifford’s Everyone and Sharman MacDonald’s The Girl With Red Hair, with specific reference to the Kübler-Ross Stages of Grieving model and in correlation to modern societies outlook on death and dying. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An exploration of the mother characters’ search for identity based on the playwrights’ use of the five mother types found in the 20th century psychoanalytic theory, with specific reference to Sue Glover’s plays The Seal Wife (1980) and Bondagers (1991) and Sharman Macdonald’s When I Was a Girl, I Used to Scream and Shout (1985) and The Winter Guest (1995). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An explorative study into how masculinity, specifically the Crisis of the Male Ego, has been portrayed through Twentieth Century Cinema by using the films Alfred Hitchcock and David Fincher. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) The identity of foster children, as presented by others. An exploration of how foster children are perceived in Britain. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An in-depth analysis of Marie Jones’ A Night in November, exploring critiques of unspoken discourses at the heart of the divided communities of Northern Ireland during the Troubles. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An investigation into Frankie Boyle’s dark comedy, using the frameworks of Kristeva’s theory of abjection and Brecht’s theory of alienation to analyse how comedians may raise political issues and critique society. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into Joe Orton’s characters and how they use status in order to manipulate other characters for their own personal gain, which they have obtained by artificially adhering to social expectations. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An investigation into Québécois documentary filmmaking and the communication between neoliberalism and the aesthetic tactics employed by Richard Brouillette in his political documentary: Encirclement: How Neoliberalism Ensnares Democracy (2008). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An investigation into how beneficial drama is as a subject in the personal development of first and second year pupils in relation to the four capacities in the Curriculum for Excellence. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into how the performative nature of Bermuda’s Gombey tradition has evolved from an unlawful means of expression into the cultural icon of post-colonial Bermuda. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An investigation into the benefits of extra drama training for Scottish primary school teachers in order for them to apply drama as a powerful educational tool, and the relation of drama teaching to the Curriculum for Excellence. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An investigation into the creation of a performance narrative generated from movement; through analysis of the creative strategies of Frantic Assembly this study will employ one of their exercises within a new devising environment to analyse the rehearsal process. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into the depiction of Catherine the Great through contemporary portraits from the Russian court, and how she used costume to project an idealised representation of herself. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into the evolution of culturally traditional British wedding dress design, symbolism and manufacture from 1840 to the present day and beyond, with a view to producing three dresses to illustrate this rich history. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An investigation into the formation of a Scottish masculinity in three plays by Gregory Burke: Gagarin Way (2001) , Black Watch (2006), and Hoors (2009). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into the way in which Sarah Kane used language as a dramaturgical tool to express power relationships and struggle within the symbolic order in a selection of her plays. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) An investigation into the ways in which changing socio-political and religious attitudes may have affected different portrayals of Shylock in contemporary British stage and screen productions between 1970 and 2011. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An investigation into the ways in which the art and performance of ‘drag’ in the United States can be seen to be a political act. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An investigation into whether the application of Peter Eversmann’s cognitive dimension (2004) can analyse what the spectator experiences at a theatrical event, and whether its application can measure a performance’s efficacy. Based on an in-depth analysis of The Wooster Group’s Hamlet (2007). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) An investigation into whether the use of Process Drama within the literacy and English curriculum area of Curriculum for Excellence has an effect on children’s motivation and enthusiasm for learning. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) An investigation on the potential for abstract design within immersive theatre. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A practical exploration of how the structure of Kill Johnny Glendenning by Daniel C. Jackson can effectively support the play. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A practical exploration of processes required in the development of a monopolylogue from initial stimuli until finished performance. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A practical exploration of the boundaries within the relationship of the artist and audience inspired by Marina Abramovic’s Rhythm 0 (1974) and The House with The Ocean View (2002). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A practical investigation of process drama, with particular interest in “teacher in role”, and its effects on facilitation skills and participant engagement. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A practical study on the effects that improved physical health and diet have on an actor’s performance: A reflective evaluation of the practical process. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) A study establishing the link between ritual structure and the onset of clinical depression and a subsequent analysis of the effect this connection has on the creativity of Sarah Kane through a textual analysis of her entire opus. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A study into the benefits which stem from an active participation in drama for a person with additional support needs. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A study into the theatrical techniques created by Augusto Boal and how they can be used to teach First Year Secondary school pupils about Article 12 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, ‘The right of the child to be heard’. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2014) A study of how the growing popularity of sports and leisure activities in the latter half of the 19th century affected the fashion of the period, with a focus on how and why the social society etiquette restricted and influenced sport and leisure fashions for women. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2013) A study of the effect the Scottish government’s Curriculum for Excellence will have on the subject of drama in the secondary sector and the benefits the subject has as a whole for participants. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A study of the process of adapting Pratchett’s novels Hogfather and Going Postal as stageplays and screenplay. To examine the key similarities and differences between the various adaptations. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2012) A study to investigate the feasibility of applying aspects of technical theatre practice to performances undertaken outside the traditional theatre space by creating a costume that incorporates elements of lighting and sound. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, A (2011) Ethnic Minorities Involvement In Scottish Theatre: A written report. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Ashton, Anna (2014) RECOAT Refreshed: a three-year business plan for a commercial arts organisation in Glasgow and a critical analysis of the process of writing. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Burke, A. C. (2005) Dramatic Techniques in Performing Aeschylus’ Agamemnon: The Oresteia at the Royal National Theatre. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

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Findlay, William (2000) Motivation and method in Scots translations, versions and adaptations of plays from the historic repertoire of continental European drama. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Gilroy, Mhairi (2013) How have the TV talent shows created by Andrew Lloyd Webber affected the musical theatre industry and its popularity, and what impact will they have on the future of the musical theatre genre? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Graham, Alan (2014) In today’s unstable, uncertain and challenging society Millennials could be said to have bleak prospects for the future, therefore, why does this generation respond by practicing stand-up comedy? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Horvat, Ksenija (1999) Cats on a Cold Tin Roof: Female Identity and Language in Plays by Five Contemporary Scottish Women Playwrights. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Hsieh, Chia-che (2007) East Meets West: The Perception of Japanese and Chinese Theatres in the Context of Edinburgh International Festival Programming Policy. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Leddy, David (2007) The Corbicula Cycle : postmodernism and identity in on the edge, throught the night, and in the shade. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Paraskevova, Minka (2014) Undoing Scotland after devolution in Liz Lochhead’s dramatic adaptations of classical texts on page and stage. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

Potts, Cameron (2014) A study into the staging of Mystery Cycles and Passion Plays in 21st Century Britain at a time of religious and social change within British Society. A comparison of Medieval and Contemporary productions, with a consideration of the potential future for this art-form. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Simpson, Andrew (2013) What is the relationship between the actor’s private, inner logic and the external, performed action? A practical investigation into the processes involved in using Meyerhold’s étude Throwing the Stone and Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the development of an actor’s personal training. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Stewart, Diane (2014) How does Higson’s Heritage model help us to define representations of the monarchy in recent British feature films? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

This list was generated on Thu Mar 30 04:04:35 2017 BST.