Book Title: Performing Character

Subtitle: From Stage to Page

Author: Wake Forest University

Book Description: When the COVID-19 pandemic prohibited live audiences and limited crowds to tiny virtual screens, dancers, musicians, actors and artists found themselves wondering: Who are we in isolation? What does it mean to be a peforming artist without opportunities to perform? Student performers at Wake Forest university embraced this question, moving their performances from stage to page and exploring through memoir how years of auditions, rehearsals, and performances have shaped their character, even after the curtain had closed.

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Book Description

“…this lovely book of essays reminds us all of the foundational importance of creativity and personal expression in the human experience…of the flexibility and resilience that is inherent in creative training and practice, and how our own passions are never solely our own, but strengthen others who experience the works we create.”
~Dr. April Stace, author of WHITE KNUCKLE LOVE

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Wake Forest University

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Performing Character Copyright © by Wake Forest University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Subject

The Arts

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Title
Performing Character
Author
Wake Forest University
Editor
Ann Phelps
License

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Performing Character Copyright © by Wake Forest University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

ISBN 978-1-61846-130-8

Copyright © 2022 by the Authors

Produced and Distributed By:

Library Partners Press, an imprint of Wake Forest University

1834 Wake Forest Road

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27106

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Manufactured in the United States of America

Primary Subject
The Arts
Publisher
Library Partners Press
Print ISBN
978-1-61846-130-8