Master of Arts (MA)
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This thesis examines the influences of primitive vocal delivery on Post-Modern Theatre. Beginning with a review of the work of three directors: Jerzy Grotowski, Peter Brook, and Richard Schechner; the thesis moves to a case study of a 1991 production of Macbeth where primary research is documented. Focusing on the production of a language based on primitive culture, the theatrical community is furnished with a vocabulary of sound/communication that may be implemented for Macbeth's Weird Sisters. Finally, the thesis directs the use of primitive vocal scoring, like musical transcription, toward a future outlook at similar projects.
Jerzy Grotowski; Modern; Primitive; Peter Brook; Richard Schechner; Theatre; Voice
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Neal, Lucinda Jane, "A search for primitive voice in post-modern theatre" (1995). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 547.
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