Characterization in Storytelling Performance

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationWorlds in Words: Storytelling in Contemporary Theatre and Playwriting
EditorsMateusz Borowski, Malgorzata Sugiera
Pages179-191
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2010

Keywords

  • characterisation
  • storytelling
  • performance

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Maguire, T. (2010). Characterization in Storytelling Performance. In M. Borowski, & M. Sugiera (Eds.), Worlds in Words: Storytelling in Contemporary Theatre and Playwriting (pp. 179-191)
Maguire, Tom. / Characterization in Storytelling Performance. Worlds in Words: Storytelling in Contemporary Theatre and Playwriting. editor / Mateusz Borowski ; Malgorzata Sugiera. 2010. pp. 179-191
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Maguire, T 2010, Characterization in Storytelling Performance. in M Borowski & M Sugiera (eds), Worlds in Words: Storytelling in Contemporary Theatre and Playwriting. pp. 179-191.

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