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Practice as Research: Can’t Be Arsed: Autobiographical Memory and the Creation of an Adapted Script for Stage and Screen.
Exhibition / Performance
Dickenson, S. (2011). Practice as Research: Can’t Be Arsed: Autobiographical Memory and the Creation of an Adapted Script for Stage and Screen

Play Script. Adapted Script for Screen. DVD of Filmed Adapted Script. Forthcoming article on the adaptations of Anthony Minghella, Anthony Minghella: Autobiographical Memory and the Creation of an Adapted Screenplay Journal of Adaptation in Film &amp... Read More

Practice as Research (PaR) project: The Suicide (Nikolai Erdman, translated by Peter Tegel). Including: DVD of performance, conference presentation, photographs  
Exhibition / Performance
Skinner, A. (2012). Practice as Research (PaR) project: The Suicide (Nikolai Erdman, translated by Peter Tegel). Including: DVD of performance, conference presentation, photographs  

The Suicide is the first production of a three-part project (The Suicide 2012; The Cherry Orchard 2014; Aristocrats 2015) aiming to consider how scenographic decisions can encourage different sorts of engagement with historically and culturally dista... Read More

Practice as Research: The Tipping Point: Appropriating the Chorus of Euripides When Scriptwriting for Applied Drama.
Exhibition / Performance
Dickenson, S. (2010). Practice as Research: The Tipping Point: Appropriating the Chorus of Euripides When Scriptwriting for Applied Drama

Play Script. Published article, Dickenson, S. J. (2010), ‘After Cyclops: Appropriating the chorus of Euripides when scriptwriting for applied drama’, Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance 3: 3, pp. 291–304. Intellect. Elec... Read More

Practice as Research project  Not Yet: Memory, The loss of Biography and the Fall of The Berlin Wall. (2009 - )
Exhibition / Performance
Dickenson, S. (2009). Practice as Research project  Not Yet: Memory, The loss of Biography and the Fall of The Berlin Wall. (2009 - )

Play Script. DVD Film of the Production. The play Not Yet and the translation of the play were published online by The Goethe-Institut (2009) After The Fall Goethe Institut project and play text www.goetheide>Home>Authors www.shared_voices.net/... Read More