Schechner's (2006) model was developed for use in all types of performance. This project examined the utility of the model in a devised student production context. The performance studies model was used to guide student reflection on the stages of the process. Although the process feels fluid during the development of the performance, the model aided reflection in a couple of ways. It helped focus on a small section of the process (proto-performance) and facilitated useful discussion in depth. Most importantly the model helped students to see and understand the links between all stages of the creative process. The stage performance "No You Eat It" demonstrated an outcome of using Schechner's model in a student devised, lecturer directed project. References:Schechner, R. (2006). Performance studies: an introduction. New York: Routledge.
|Place of Publication||Ponton Theatre, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, NSW|
|Publisher||Charles Sturt University|
|Media of output||Artwork|
|Size||60 min theatre show (student production, researcher directed)|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||No, You Eat It - |
Duration: 11 Aug 2011 → 13 Aug 2011