BA (Hons) Theatre and Performance Graduate
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A new play about the demise of Britain’s coal mining industry by University of Leeds lecturer Garry Lyons has received its first public performance to a sell-out audience.
Two PhD candidates have secured White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH) scholarship to support their studies as postgraduate researchers in the School.
by Xristina Penna, part of PCI Postgraduate Research seminar series
5th June, 5.00pm — 6.00pm: Research Seminar: Lines of Continuity: The Case of Stanislavsky and the Russian Theatre Tradition
This presentation articulates Stanislavsky’s position in the Russian theatre tradition as it developed from the Realism of the mid-nineteenth century to the Modernism of the early post-revolutionary era.