Sarah Marksteiner (3283)

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The Creation of an Original "Cymbeline" Companion Piece Inspired by the Relationship between Madness and Femininity: Informed by Immersive Study of Elizabethan Theatre in Practice

Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia

Department: Theatre

Advisor: Laurie Wolf

 

Project Description:

In Shakespeare's "Cymbeline," we watch the character of the nameless Queen drive the plot for four acts, sustaining accusations of madness and depravity, before being silenced in death offstage. My honors thesis project is the creation of an original companion piece that pivots the story toward her and questions these perceptions. My research will be informed by summer study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.

 

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