Theatre & Dance ETDs

Publication Date

6-9-2016

Abstract

In this essay, I will summarize my growth and learning in this MFA program. I will use a theoretical framework of archetypal and feminist research to analyze my own work, including: Lilith, Darling, Shared Misery, and Angels All Die. This essay will help to organize and apply my theories on feminine archetypes, identify methods for continuing growth in my artistic range, and define my role as a scholar-artist. The archetypes that will be addressed will include the dual Goddess, the Madwoman, and the Trickster

Degree Name

Dramatic Writing

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

Theatre & Dance

First Advisor

Moss, Gregory S.

First Committee Member (Chair)

McDuffie, Matthew

Second Committee Member

Hamp, A

Third Committee Member

Haniford, Laura

Language

English

Keywords

drama, plays, archetypes, feminist theory

Document Type

Thesis

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