Freedom, structure, freedom: Anne Bogart's directing philosophy

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Title: Freedom, structure, freedom: Anne Bogart's directing philosophy
Author: Olsberg, Dagne
Abstract: The study is primarily based upon notes from participating in Bogart's "viewpoint training" and "composition" classes during the summer workshop at the Saratoga International Theater Institute (SITI ) in the summer of 1993 ; the symposia given by Bogart at the workshop ; interviews with Bogart ; notes from observing the entire rehearsal process of The Women by Clare Boothe Luce , directed by Bogart at Hartford Stage in December , 1993 through January , 1994 ; and interviews with some of the actors in The Women . These unique opportunities , both in hearing Bogart talk about her philosophies and theories on theatre and observing the rehearsal process for one of her productions , provided important insight into Bogart's rehearsal philosophy . This study offers a discussion of Bogart's directorial principles and practices and evaluates them for study and application by other directors .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /17492
Date: 1994-12

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Freedom, structure, freedom: Anne Bogart's directing philosophy. Doctoral dissertation, Texas Tech University. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /17492 .

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