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Alderdice, Scott (2014) The Step Process. New methodologies in performance creation. [A Theatre collection]
Johnson, Laurie (2014) Cogito ergo theatrum: redistributing cognition on the early modern stage. In: Embodied cognition and Shakespeare's theatre: the early modern body-mind. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare (10). Taylor & Francis (Routledge), Abingdon, OX. United Kingdom, pp. 216-234. ISBN 978-1-13800075-9
Johnson, Laurie and Sutton, John and Tribble, Evelyn (2014) Re-cognising the body-mind in Shakespeare's theatre [Introduction]. In: Embodied cognition and Shakespeare's theatre: the early modern body-mind. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare (10). Taylor & Francis (Routledge), Abingdon, OX. United Kingdom, pp. 1-12. ISBN 978-1-13800075-9
Chalk, Darryl (2014) Make me not sighted like the Basilisk: vision and contagion in The Winter's Tale. In: Embodied recognition and Shakespeare's theatre: the early modern body-mind. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare (10). Taylor & Francis (Routledge), Abingdon, OX. United Kingdom, pp. 111-132. ISBN 978-1-138-00075-9
Meenach, Bernadette and Dwyer, Patrick and Chalmers, Morgan (2013) Ms Garland at Twilight. [A Theatre collection]
Scollen, Rebecca (2012) Olivia has lost her voice!: an audience reception study of children's response to new Australian play, Spirits in Bare Feet. Youth Theatre Journal, 26 (2). pp. 158-172. ISSN 0892-9092
Alderdice, Scott (2012) Richard 111 meets steam punk. [A Theatre collection]
Smalley, Michael (2012) Unity, contrast and topology as the three coordinates of scenography. In: Australasian Association for Drama Theatre and Performance Studies Conference (ADSA 2012): Compass Points: The Locations, Landscapes and Coordinates of Identities, 3-6 Jul 2012, Brisbane, Australia.
Scollen, Rebecca (2011) Does the 'Shakespeare' in Shakespeare in the Park matter?: an investigation of attendances and attitudes of the USQ Shakespeare in the Park Festival. Applied Theatre Researcher (12). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1443-1726
Alderdice, Scott and Taylor-Smith, Carol and Chalmers, Morgan and Strahan, Christine and Poulton, Nigel and Andrews, Ben and Lyons, Katie and Janowicz, Sasha and O'Rourke, Lauren and Ellis, Hannah and Hunter, Christopher and Murphy, Kate and Curtin, Emily and Haegler, Shannon Shaniel and Raaen, Samantha and Fox, Lucy and Trenerry, Laura and Warburton, Toby and Widt, Jordana and Strambini, Jemima and Hillocks, Kate and MacDonald, Andrew (2011) Shakespeare in the Park: A Midsummer Night's Dream. [A Theatre collection]
Scollen, Rebecca (2011) Spirits in Bare Feet: a story waiting to be told. [A Creative/Applied Media collection]
Harmes, Marcus (2011) O, let me view his visage, being dead: decapitation and the legitimating of power in early modern England. In: 1st Shakespearean Reverie Symposium 2011, 6-8 Oct 2011, Toowoomba, Australia. (Unpublished)
Pryde, Bernadette (2010) Talking to terrorists. [A Theatre collection]
Chalk, Darryl (2010) Contagious emulation: antitheatricality and theatre as plague in 'Troilus and Cressida'. In: This earthly stage: world and stage in late medieval and early modern England. Cursor Mundi (13). Brepols Publishers, Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 75-101. ISBN 978-2-503-53226-4
Timbrell, Daniel (2010) I will fast being loose: gaming and sexual conquest in Love's Labour's Lost. In: Rapt in secret studies: emerging Shakespeares. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 49-70. ISBN 978-1-4438-2328-9
Chalk, Darryl and Johnson, Laurie (2010) Rapt in secret studies and emergence in Shakespeare studies [Introduction]. In: Rapt in secret studies: emerging Shakespeares. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 1-8. ISBN 978-1-4438-2328-9
Chalk, Darryl (2010) To creep in at mine eyes: theatre and secret contagion in Twelfth Night. In: Rapt in secret studies: emerging Shakespeares. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, pp. 171-193. ISBN 978-1-4438-2328-9
Timbrell, Daniel (2010) When I am in game, I am furious: gaming and sexual conquest in early modern English drama. [Thesis (PhD/Research)] (Unpublished)
Chalk, Darryl (2009) A nature but infected: plague and embodied transformation in Timon of Athens. Early Modern Literary Studies (19). 9.1-28.
Pryde, Bernadette (2009) Totally over you. [A Theatre collection]
Moor, Andrea and Taylor-Smith, Carolyn and Bauer, Russell and Dunne, Emma and Hawker, Anna and Burton, Zac and Wyton, Emily and Walsh, Matt and McDowell, Adele and Lollback, Ashlee and Johnson, Michael and Arons, Crystal and Rigby, Benjamin and Misevski, Belinda and Stuart, Lauren and Constantine, James and McKell, Jason and Pulsford, Elizabeth and Barry, Jane and Dunne, Emma and Koda, Jenna and Burt, Fiona and Ellis, Hannah and Alderdice, Scott and Weir, Kris and Pawlyszyn, Tonia and Ratcliffe, Angela and Sherritt, Lauren and Panitz, Timothy and Atkinson, Ralph and Wells, Col and Horstman, Bob and Mitchell, Kylie and Field, Cassie and Roi, Kallan and Horne, Christopher and Tickell, Christie and Ackerman, Ell-Leigh and Goulter, Nicole and Hough, Samantha and Milner, Ray and Bowen, Bryce (2009) Shakespeare in the Park: The Tempest. [A Theatre collection]
Scollen, Rebecca (2009) Talking theatre is more than a test drive: two audience development methodologies under review. International Journal of Arts Management, 12 (1). pp. 4-13. ISSN 1480-8986
Scollen, Rebecca J. (2008) Talking theatre: developing audiences for regional Australia. The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3 (3). pp. 103-114. ISSN 1833-1866
Scollen, Rebecca J. (2008) New audiences' reception of plays (before, during and after). In: 2006 Australasian Drama Studies Association Annual Conference: Before, During and After, 4-7 July 2006, Sydney, Australia.
Pryde, Bernadette (2008) The rimers of Eldritch. [A Theatre collection]
Anae, Nicole (2008) Poses, plastiques: the art and style of 'statuary' in Victorian visual theatre. Australasian Drama Studies (52). pp. 112-130. ISSN 0810-4123
Alderdice, Scott and Taylor-Smith, Caroline and O'Rourke, Lauren and Poulton, Nigel and Nizielski, Richard and Raisin, Belinda and Thomas, Holly Grace and Riggs, Sonia and Corish, Andrea and Hunter, Christopher and Murphy, Kate and Sampson, Deb and Levien, Caroline and Carey, Tarah and Dyer, Madeleine and Raisin, Belinda and Susany, Ildiko and Kann, Lachlan and Thomas, Holly Grace and Newth, Nick and Mulvihill, Daniel and Fulinfaw, Jared and Castles, Katie and Walters, Bree and Weir, Kristin and Pawlyszyn, Tonia and Hawker, Anna and Horne, Chris and Hough, Samantha and Rann, Kim and Mitchell, Kylie and Panitz, Timothy and Atkinson, Ralph and Riggs, Sonia and Buckland, Jennie and Leyton, Monique and Loxley, Stephen and Stewart, Ben and KIngsley, Martine and Clark, Maree and Field, Cassie and Roi, Kallon and Wyton, Emily and Milner, Ray and Smith, Gwen and Dawes, Tammy and Nairn, Debra and Horstman, Bob and Szerencsi, George and Sinclair, Brianna and Resetti, Annie (2008) Shakespeare in the Park: Romeo & Juliet. [A Theatre collection]
Scollen, Rebecca (2008) Bridging the divide: regional performing arts centres and non-theatregoers introduced. Applied Theatre Researcher (9). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1443-1726
Goodall, Jane (2008) Stage presence. Taylor & Francis (Routledge), London, United Kingdom. ISBN 978-0-415-39594-6
McDonald, Janet (2007) Muscular christians and drama faggots: observing a queering pedagogy beyond the binary in all-boys schools. Journal of Artistic and Creative Education, 1 (2). pp. 5-23. ISSN 1832 - 0465
Anae, Nicole (2007) 'Belly-speakers', machines and dummies: puppetry in the Australian colonies, 1830s-1850s. Australasian Drama Studies (51). pp. 35-56. ISSN 0810-4123
Pryde, Bernadette (2007) Dr Mandi's 9 easy steps to romantic bliss. [A Theatre collection]
McDonald, Janet (2007) Comfort the disturbed.... disturb the comfortable: queering pedagogy and transmutations. In: Beyond Tolerance: 2007 Diversity in Education One Day Conference, 24 Aug 2007, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia. (Unpublished)
Pryde, Bernadette (2007) The wild swans. [A Theatre collection]
McDonald, Janet (2007) Living data in the Lower Balonne: cultural enablement or cultural imposition? Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development, 4 (1). pp. 79-90. ISSN 1832-2050
McDonald, Janet (2007) Boys at gender-play inside the muscular Christian ideal. Thymos: journal of boyhood studies, 1 (1). pp. 84-94. ISSN 1931-9045
Alderdice, Scott (2007) Discovering Brecht. [A Creative/Applied Media collection]
Scollen, Rebecca (2007) On the record: an account of regional non-theatregoers' responses to a selection of plays toured to northern Australia in 2004-2005. Australasian Drama Studies, 50. pp. 183-201. ISSN 0810-4123
McDonald, Janet (2007) Queering the representation of the masculine 'West' in Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain. Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, 3 (2). pp. 79-85. ISSN 1833-4512
Scollen, Rebecca (2007) Theatre talks evolve into talking theatre. In: Willmar in the world: young scholars exploring the theatrical event. Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 46-58. ISBN 978-91-976743-0-0
McDonald, Janet (2006) Balancing the 'town and gown': the risky business of creating youth theatre in regional Queensland. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 2 (2). pp. 6-13. ISSN 1833-4105
Anae, Nicole (2006) Adventures in nineteenth century gender bending: Lady Emilia Don in Tasmania: 1862 and 1865. Australasian Drama Studies, 48. pp. 30-48. ISSN 0810-4123
McDonald, Janet (2006) Cultural Catchments Project. [A Theatre collection]
McDonald, Janet (2006) Playful trangressions: male drama teachers in elite boys' schools. In: What a man's gotta do?: masculinities in performance. University of New England, School of Arts, Centre for Australian Language, Literature, Theatre and Screen Studies, Armidale, NSW, Australia, pp. 136-151. ISBN 1921208023
Scollen, Rebecca and Martin, Jacqueline and Radbourne, Jennifer and Haseman, Brad (2006) Talking theatre: an audience development programme for regional Queensland and the Northern Territory 2004-2006. Project Report. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
Alderdice, Scott (2006) The Doctor and Nursey Wursey's Most Amazing Hydrological Examination. [A Theatre collection]
McDonald, Janet (2005) Que-rious impositions: reflections on the pedagogy at the core of a regional youth theatre in Queensland, Australia. NJ Drama Australia Journal, 29 (2). pp. 83-90. ISSN 1445-2294
Pryde, Bernadette (2005) Revolution of the mouth. [A Theatre collection]
Alderdice, Scott (2005) Clown Verona. [A Theatre collection]
Payne, Benjamin John (2005) Facing reality: idealism versus conservatism in Australian theatre and politics at the turn of the twenty-first century. [Thesis (PhD/Research)] (Unpublished)
McDonald, Janet (2005) QUE project. [A Theatre collection]
Scollen, Rebecca J. (2005) Talking theatre: can we turn 'non-theatregoers' into paying audiences? Artreach: the Regional Arts NSW Quarterly Magazine, Autumn. pp. 12-13. ISSN 1442-1151
Stewart, Robyn Anne (2003) Practice vs praxis: modelling practitioner-based research. In: 2002 International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) World Congress, 19-24 Aug 2002, New York, USA.
Pryde, Bernadette (2003) Australian actor training: investigation, fusion and speed as pedagogic practice. In: 1st International Conference on Pedagogies and Learning: New Meanings for a New Millennium, 1-4 Oct 2003, Toowoomba, Australia.
Scollen, Rebecca (2000) Sport as theatrical event. In: Issues and values in sport and leisure cultures. Chelsea School Research Centre Edition (9). Meyer & Meyer Sport, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 229-254. ISBN 1-84126-055-X
Scollen, Rebecca (1999) Understanding new audiences: an audience reception study of 'non-theatregoers' attending La Boite Theatre Company's 1998 season. In: Australasian Drama Studies Association Annual Conference (ADSA 1999): Industrial Relations , 5-9 Jul 1999, Brisbane, Australia.
Scollen, Rebecca (1998) The valued customer: investigating Brisbane audiences. Ignite, 2. pp. 54-55. ISSN 1441-3191
Willems, Christiaan H. (1996) Technological challenges: aesthetic solutions: the impact of technology upon the creative process in the context of the adaptation of non-verbal, solo stage performance to television. Research Masters thesis, Queensland University of Technology.