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  Partner: UNT Libraries
 Degree Discipline: Theatre Arts
 Degree Level: Master's
 Collection: UNT Theses and Dissertations
Paying for the Arts: Fundraising Methods for Secondary Theater Programs

Paying for the Arts: Fundraising Methods for Secondary Theater Programs

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Date: August 2003
Creator: Soward, David B.
Description: This project in lieu of thesis identifies successful methods of fundraising utilized by a sampling of three secondary theater arts programs from North Texas. Programs were evaluated on their ability to fund their programs and provide a quality arts education for their students. Guidelines for fundraising were developed that allow secondary theater programs to flourish without placing an additional burden on already overextended tax system. Findings were framed in a Marxist socio-economic context, seeking to find some relation between supply-side economics and the failure of certain communities to offer quality arts programs. Marxist philosophy, emphasizing the values of community and shared wealth, served to frame findings in the context of arts programs serving and enhancing their own communities.
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Playing Jaques in  As You Like It

Playing Jaques in As You Like It

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Date: May 2000
Creator: Thomas, Chad
Description: Abstract not available
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Tiger; a stage play, and a reflective essay detailing the writing process

Tiger; a stage play, and a reflective essay detailing the writing process

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Date: August 2002
Creator: Westkaemper, Lisa
Description: This thesis includes a full length play and a separate section describing the creation of this play. The play depicts family members struggling with the direct and indirect ramifications of alcoholism, depression, and suicide. The play is composed of two acts; act one contains eight scenes, and act two contains six scenes. It is set in the 1950s and 1960s and takes place in various areas of the family home, at a wedding reception, and at a funeral. The essay section includes a description of the process, a record of changes in the play's direction, notations of personal discoveries, and a self evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the play.
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