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CFP - Text Into Performance - CNYCLL
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.0867  Monday, 17 May 1999.

From:           Robert Neblett <
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Date:           Saturday, 15 May 1999 22:15:30 -0500
Subject:        UPDATE: CFP - Text Into Performance - CNYCLL (7/1/99 Deadline)

ATTENTION DRAMATURGS AND DIRECTORS!!!!!

Updated Call For Papers:  TEXT INTO PERFORMANCE:  FROM THE PAGE TO THE
STAGE

Ninth Annual Central New York Conference on Language and Literature
SUNY-Cortland, October 3-5, 1999

Abstracts (approximately 250 words) or completed papers are being
accepted for "Text Into Performance:  From the Page to the Stage," a
special session of the Central New York Conference on Language and
Literature (October 3-5, 1999 in Cortland, NY).  Due to a popular
consensus at last year's conference, this panel was formed to address
the specific issues related to performance of dramatic and non-dramatic
texts.  The chair is soliciting dramaturgs and directors to contribute
performance studies, such as production notebooks, to the panel.  Other
papers which are of special interest would deal with analyses of
particular works in production, such as retrospectives of directors'
careers or rehearsal techniques as relating to the staged texts.
Studies of works from any time period or theatrical genre are welcome.

Papers need not be limited to the performance of theatrical works;
experimental performances of poetry, prose, etc., will be considered as
well.

Deadline for submissions is July 1, 1999, but informal email inquiries
are welcome until June 15, 1999.

Please send abstracts, along with CV, to

    Robert Neblett
    Performing Arts Department
    Washington University in St. Louis
    One Brookings Drive
    Campus Box 1108
    St. Louis, MO  63130

or via email to 
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  by July 1, 1999.

Robert L. Neblett
PhD Student in Comparative and Dramatic Literature
Washington University in St. Louis

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