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Thursday 6th June
09.30-10.00: Patrick Kipling, Jarman 2
10.00-10.30: J.S.K. Guillot, Jarman 1
Presenting the Female Experience on Stage; Performing Autobiographical Monologues vs Character-based Monologues.
10.30-11.00: K.S.B. Deadman-Spall, Jarman 2
Please Mind the Gap: An account of how 21st Century British Commercial theatres are misusing almost 100 hours every year. 11.00-11.30: Yuki Koide, Jarman 1
A Dance with the Notes.
11.30-12.00: A.E. Erskine, Jarman 2
From Expelliarmus to Ex Machina: The theatre's assimilation and reflection of cultural and societal struggles through stage magic and illusion. 12.00-12.30: Lunch break
12.30-13.00: A. Hardy, Jarman 1
Alternate Reality Games: The renegotiation of the real and the virtual.
13.00-13.30: Matthew Hessey, Jarman 2
A Critical Analysis of a Playwright's Creative Process and Study of True Representation with Reference to the creation of "To Be Decided", an Original Theatrical Script.
13.30-14.00: M. Karakaya, Jarman 1
'Autobiography and Identity in performance'
14.00-14.30: Machin-McGarry, Jarman 2
14.30-15.00: Elliot Willmington-Holmes, Jarman 1
Liveness: Can the live digital virtualisation of the actor create a more affective and powerful performance than the actor's physical presence for modern audiences?
15.00-15.30: Madison, Jarman 2
Disabled Bodies: From Spectacle to Invisible (an exploration of 19th century freak shows to 21st century disability theatre)
15.30-16.00: Wang, Jarman 1
An insight into intimate theatre: the unconscious agreement between the performer and the audience
16.00-16.30: Shelby Shelman, Jarman 2
The Show Must Go On: the experience economy's effect on intervals in twenty-first century contemporary theatre
16.30-17.00: Karen Takamiya, Jarman 2
Research for the appropriate use of Japanese Pop music in the U.K.
Friday 7th June
09.30-10.00: E.Savva, Jarman 2
"How can a specific type of a a warm up, lead to performing a certain style with an aesthetic for a performance? Is it possible to get a glimpse of the performance through watching the warm up prior to the show?"
10.00-10.30: E. Halliday, Jarman 1
The effect of watching the intimacy of others - A study of audience reaction, perception and emotion towards live theatre and film.
10.30-11.00: H.R. Hutchinson, Jarman 2
11.00-11.30: Quilin Zhang, Jarman 1
How can I use "Feng Shui" principles in the composition of my performance about "Feng Shui"?
11.30-12.10: Isaac Reid
"Philosophy and Popular Performance, an argument for the meta modern in adaptation"
12.10-13.00: Lunch break
13.00-13-30: Kate Johnson, Jarman 2
The Curious Case of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A case study of 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' 2019 adaptation. 13.30-14.00: X. Kong, Jarman 1
"Traditional director-centered rehearsal method and devising method, which give me more creating freedom"
14.00-14.30: Mariela Oakes, Jarman 2
Performing Shakespeare beyond the gender binary: An analysis of rehearsal approaches
14.30-15.00: Alice Bezant, Jarman 1
Take it, feel it, and pass it on: education, outreach and audiences in the performing arts
15.00-15.30: Lucy Steward Jarman 2
15.30-16.00: Alexia Ziegers Jarman 2
16.00-16.30: Parke Jarman 2
16.00-16.30: Cristina Roberts Jarman 2
LocationStudio 1 and 2,
University of Kent,