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Disability and Theatre : a Practical Manual for Inclusion in the Arts.

Author: Stephanie Barton Farcas
Publisher: Oxford, UNKNOWN : Focal Press, 2017.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Barton Farcas, Stephanie.
Disability and Theatre.
Oxford, UNKNOWN : Focal Press, 2017
(OCoLC)957681392
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Barton Farcas
ISBN: 1351973290 9781351973298
OCLC Number: 999645765
Description: 1 online resource (233)
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTSDedicationPREFACECHAPTER 1: WHY THIS BOOK?CASE STUDY 1: A Seizure on stage. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 2: WHAT IS INCLUSION?A: The most standard misconceptions people have about disability and inclusion and why they are wrong.B: The reasons theaters, college training programs or practitioners are not inclusive.C: The wrong reasons to be inclusive.CASE STUDY 2: Stage Manager in a wheelchair. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 3: VOCABULARY AND PERCEPTIONCASE STUDY 3: Disabled artist as villain. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 4: RECRUITING AND FINDING ARTISTSCHAPTER ACTION: Write an audition ad.CASE STUDY 4: DIONYSUS THEATER In Houston, TX. Deborah Nowinski, Artistic DirectorCHAPTER 5: AUDITIONS AND CALLBACKSCHAPTER ACTION: Make an audition or callback checklistCASE STUDY 5: Can an actor who is deaf speak? NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 6: REHEARSALSCASE STUDY 6: Snow White & Richard III, NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 7: BLOCKING AND FIGHT SEQUENCESCASE STUDY 7: Think outside the box for accessible sets and non-standard staging. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER ACTION: A seven point list of how to proceed to do a cast dance for a period play.CHAPTER 8: COSTUMES, PROPS AND MAKEUPCASE STUDY 8: Opening the Door. PHAMALY Theater, Denver, ColoradoCHAPTER 9: TECHNICAL REHEARSALS AND FINAL DRESSCASE STUDY 9: A large disabled and diverse cast in technical rehearsal. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 10: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETINGCASE STUDY 10: PHAMALY Theater Company, Denver, ColoradoCHAPTER ACTION: CREATE YOUR PR AND MARKETING PLANCHAPTER 11: THE PERFORMANCE RUN AND STRIKECHAPTER ACTION: The strike worklist and delegating.CASE STUDY 11: A blind actor and discovering colors. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER 12: TECHNICAL CREW AND TECHNICAL DESIGNSCASE STUDY 12: THAT UPPITY THEATER COMPANY, St. Louis, Missouri.CHAPTER 13: ACADEMIC TRAINING, ASSESSMENT AND SUSTAINABILITYCHAPTER ACTION: How well is your institution doing?CASE STUDY 13: The Glass Menagerie, a personal case study. Christine Bruno.CHAPTER 14: ASSESSMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY IN THEATERSCASE STUDY 14: TBI and mental disabilities. NICU'S SPOON Theater Company, New York City.CHAPTER ACTION: Assess your theater for sustainability.CHAPTER 15: AFTERWORDCASE STUDY 15: GIDEON PRODUCTIONS, New York City.CHAPTER 16: CASE STUDY OUTCOMESBIBLIOGRAPHY AND RESOURCESWEBSITES AS RESOURCESASSOCIATIONS AND INCLUSIVE THEATER COMPANIESLIST OF PHOTOGRAPHSNOTES ON CONTRIBUTORSGLOSSARY

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