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Theatre, Speech, and Dance

In its Honors Program the Theatre, Speech and Dance Department awards Honors, High Honors, or Highest Honors to student research projects. The projects listed below have been defended successfully, and a copy of the thesis deposited in Swem Library.

Key:
  • Student, "Thesis" (Honors level)
    Committee Chair + Other Committee Members
 2013-14
  • Josh Blum, "Designing with Gendered Space: Incorporating Gender into the Scenic Design of Clybourne Park" (Honors) Matthew Allar + Laurie Wolf, Richard Palmer, Arthur Knight
  • Anne Kehrli
  • Kevin Place, "Re-Staging Rivera's Marisol: Identities, Projections, and New Mythologies" (High Honors) Richard Palmer + Laurie Wolf, Francis Tanglao-Aguas, Amy Oakes
  • Kelsey Schneider, "'The Embrace is Inevitable': Connection and Audience Engagement in Tennessee Williams' The Two-Character Play" (Highest Honors) Richard H. Palmer + Laurie J. Wolf, Elizabeth Wiley, Arthur Knight
  • Rebecca A. K. Turner, "'What Light.  What Possibilities.  What Hope.' Revolutionary Millennialism in José Rivera's Marisol" (Highest Honors) Laurie J. Wolf + Artisia Green, Richard H. Palmer, Free Williams
 2012-13
 2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2006-07
  • David Martin Bisaha, "Analyzing Myths of Sam Shepard's True West in Theory and Performance" (High Honors)
    Michale Mehler + Laurie Wolf, George Greenia
  • Kellyn Jane Johnson, "Her Eye Discourses: Answering the Female Gaze" (High Honors)
    Laurie Wolf + Michael Mehler, Elizabeth Wiley, R. Carter Hailey
  • Jacqueline Kara Ross, "Deconstructing Chaos: Unity of Perception in an Audience of One" (High Honors)
    Laurie Wolf + Gary Green, M. Fonkijom Fusi, Ron St. Onge
2005-06
  • Sarah Strehle, "Stop Kiss: Creating a Scenic Design" (High Honors)
    Michael Mehler + Laurie Wolf, Colleen Kennedy
2004-05
  • Katherine Earnest
    Richard Palmer + Gary Green, Rachel DiNitto