Vol 28 no. 2

Scientific Research and Inquiry in American Theatre

Introduction: Performance as Alternate Form of Inquiry in the Age of STEM by Iris Smith Fischer, Guest Editor

This In-Between Life: Disability, Trans-Corporeality, and Radioactive Half-Life in D. W. Gregory’s Radium Girls by Bradley Stephenson

Moonwalking with Laurie Anderson: The Implicit Feminism of The End of the Moon by Vivian Appler

iDream: Addressing the Gender Imbalance in STEM through Research-Informed Theatre for Social Change by Eileen Trauth, Karen Keifer-Boyd and Suzanne Trauth

Setting the Stage for Science Communication: Improvisation in an Undergraduate Life Science Curriculum by Cindy L. Duckert and Elizabeth A. De Stasio

Playing Sick: Training Actors for High Fidelity Simulated Patient Encounters by George Pate and Libby Ricardo



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