The publication of Denison's playscript
and the three known productions of Marsh Hay are important because the critical responses they elicited convey the complex and shifting attitudes towards motherhood in Canada during the twentieth century.
To begin with, too little of her argument is supported with textural evidence; quotations from the playscript
are few and far between.
The package of resources is intended to make the production as easy as possible for teachers and pupils at Key Stage 2, and includes a CD/cassette of eight songs, full playscript
, and staging and dance ideas.
These are playscript
procedures, flowchart procedures, wizards, and interface annotations.
The style of the transcripts, which reads like a playscript
, also presents difficulties.
The book is organised as follows: a short introduction outlining the philosophy and organisation of the book; a selection of 20 warm-up activities; the 16 'lessons' which make up the main part of the book; and finally a short playscript
designed for performance.
Some formats discussed are outline, playscript
, flowchart, matrix, and question and answer.
At precisely the historical moment that literary theory and textual scholarship have problematized authorship, intentionality, the stability of the text, and the ways the playscript
is read and interpreted, stage practice and the scholarly industry that has invented itself to describe it have both clung tenaciously to the notion of a singular, knowable and comprehensible author, the transcendent genius whose intentions can be found, replicated in the theater, and analyzed in performance criticism.
Another regular American Theatre fixture is represented by this month's playscript
, Dry Land (p.
Fifth, they created a new format for the manuals that was totally different from the old playscript
As a text, the novel Scorpion Orchid has a confirmed place in the Southeast Asian literary canon, while its playscript
In a playscript
procedure, only required activity materializes; the mays, the shalls, the shoulds, the wills, and the woulds--established stars of government standards--never get a screen test.