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Books authored and edited by Faculty in the Department of Theatre

Kindelan, Nancy (emerita). Artistic Literacy: Theatre Studies and a Contemporary Liberal Education. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2012.

Kindelan, Nancy (emerita) (founding editor). The Arts in Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2012.

Kindelan, Nancy (emerita).  STEM, Theatre Arts, and Interdisciplinary Integrative Learning.  Palgrave Macmillan US, 2022.

Meyer, Sylke Rene. Interactive Storytelling, (co-edited with Gustavo Aldana).  Routledge, 2021

Ocampo-Guzman, Antonio. La Liberación de la Voz Natural: el Método de Linklater. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 2010.

Snyder-Young, Dani. Theatre of Good Intentions: Challenges and Hopes for Theatre and Social Change. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2013.

Snyder-Young, Dani. Privileged Spectatorship: Theatrical Interventions in White Supremacy. Northwestern University Press, 2020.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  Impacting Theatre Audiences:  Methods for Studying Change (co-edited with Matt Omasta).  Routledge, 2022.

Articles authored by Faculty in the Department of Theatre

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “We’re all in this together: Digital performances and the performativity of socially distanced spectatorship.” Theatre Journal 74.1 (2022): 1-15.

Snyder-Young, Dani.   “Procedurally authored performances of mindful practice: Theatre-for-one, audience labor and self-optimization.” TDR 66.2 (2022): 147-156.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “For an Ethic of Critical Generosity: Facilitating Productive Discomfort in Applied Theatre Praxis.” In K. Sadeghi-Yekta and M. Prendergast (eds) Applied Theatre: Ethics. London: Bloomsbury, 2022, 115-130.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Community-based performances of harmonious diversity: Happy talk and utopian performativity in playback theatre.” Co-authored (1st author) with Maren Flessen; Applied Theatre Research 9.1 (2021): 39-53.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Recovery Capital and Collaborative Theatre Making: How actors in recovery from substance addiction value their participation in addiction prevention plays.” Co-authored (1st author) with Ashley R. Houston, Andy Short, Ana Bess Moyer Bell and Alisa Lincoln; RiDE; The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance 27.1 (2022): 121-136.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Ownership, Expertise, and Audience Research: Developing collaborative, artist-centric methods for studying reception,” Theatre Topics 30.1, 31-40. March 2020.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Studying the relationship between artistic intent and observable impact.” Performance Matters 5.2, 150-155. November 2019.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Academia: Theatre of the Oppressed in Colleges and Universities: An interview with Charles N. Adams, Jr., Dani Snyder-Young, and Alessandro Tolomelli” in Kelly Howe, Julian Boal, and Jose Soeiro’s The Routledge Companion to Theatre of the Oppressed. Routledge, 2019, 360-369.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “No “Bullshit”: Rigor and Evaluation of Applied Theatre Projects.” In K. Freebody, M. Balfour, M. Finneran, and M. Anderson (eds) Applied Theatre: Understanding Change. Springer, 2018, 81-94.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “Despite artists’ intentions, emancipated spectatorship reinforces audience members’ existing attitudes and beliefs.” In S. Woodson & T. Underiner (Eds) Theatre, Performance and Theories of Change. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, 295-301.

Snyder-Young, Dani.  “The Promise and Pitfalls of the Real”. Theatre Survey 57.3, 424-431. August 2016.

Scripts authored by Faculty in the Department of Theatre

Lopez, Melinda.  Yerma.

Lopez, Melinda. Back the Night.

Lopez, Melinda. Mala. Dramatist’s Play Service, 2018.

Lopez, Melinda. Becoming Cuba. Ediciones Alarcos, 2018.

Lopez, Melinda. Orchids to Octopi.

Lopez, Melinda. Sonia Flew. Dramatist’s Play Service, 2009.