Between the Lines: The Process of Dramaturgy

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Playwrights Canada Press, 2002 - Drama - 330 pages
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Between the Lines: The Process of Dramaturgy is a series of conversations undertaken by Canadian Judith Rudakoff and American Lynn M. Thomson with selected dramaturgs from Canada and USA.
In style that will appeal to audience members as well as theatre professionals, these engaging, frank explorations touch on each dramaturg's highly individualized work process, developed over careers that in themselves present a panoramic overview of the development of the profession in both countries. These discussions also touch on a wide range of ideas and theories about the role of dramaturgy, and highlight examples from specific projects and particular work experiences.
Canadian dramaturgs included are Urjo Kareda, Peter Hinton, Bob White, Jenny Munday, D.D. Kugler, Maureen LaBonte and Bill Glassco. American dramaturgs included are Michael Bigelow Dixon, Morgan Jenness, Anne Cattaneo, Shelby Jiggetts-Tivony, Norman Frisch and Mark Bly.

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Maureen LaBonte
31
Bob White
47
Jenny Munday
69
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About the author (2002)

Judith Rudakoff teaches Playwriting, Dramatrugy and Canadian Theatre at York University. She serves on the National Council of the Playwrights Union of Canada and is a member of the Associations for Canadian Theatre.

Rita Much graduated from teh doctoral program in Drama at the University of Toronto. At present she lectures in English and Drama at the University of Toronto and is a consultant dramaturge for teh Canadian Stage Company.

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