THE CURRENT STATE OF SOUTH-WEST RURAL REPRESENTATION IN CONTEMPORARY THEATRE.
|dc.contributor.other||Faculty of Arts and Humanities||en_US|
The following thesis will present the current state of South-West rural representation in contemporary theatre and explore who has the right to tell rural communities stories. Using rural proofing as a base framework will present a new framework for theatre makers to inform and influence their creative representations of South-West rural life. To understand the current state of representation and create the framework to improve this, I will be using formalist, actantial and script analysis of select plays, practitioners and theatre companies representing rural life in their work. Equally, my work as a theatre maker will be analysed as I present ways in which artists could improve South-West rural representation.
|dc.publisher||University of Plymouth|
|dc.rights||CC0 1.0 Universal||*|
|dc.subject||Rural, representation, South-West, Stereotypes, Co-creation, reputation, community, rural proofing, text analysis.||en_US|
|dc.title||THE CURRENT STATE OF SOUTH-WEST RURAL REPRESENTATION IN CONTEMPORARY THEATRE.||en_US|
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