Call for Proposals – Song, Stage and Screen IX: ‘The Art Of Collaboration In Musical Theatre.’ – DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JAN 17, 2014
Call for Proposals
Song, Stage and Screen IX:
‘The Art Of Collaboration In Musical Theatre.’
Oakville, Ontario, Canada,
June 24-26, 2014
‘The Art of Collaboration in Musical Theatre.’ The art of collaboration between individuals is of vital importance within the musical theatre genre. The different dynamics created between directors and actors, choreographer and chorus, songwriting team and book writer, and more, all work towards the ultimate goal of combining specific elements for musical presentations. This can also include; the audience, producers, board of directors, funders, technology, and the varied roles of the performers themselves as actors, singers and dancers. The conference aims to explore, uncover and create discussion through paper presentations, lecture demonstrations and practical workshops.
Paper topics might include, but are not limited to:
- The collaborative process in producing, writing, rehearsal and performance
- The development of the triple-threat performer
- The praxis of collaboration
- The use of technology to enhance collaboration
- Teaching collaboration
Proposals for twenty-minute papers or other presentation formats (90 minute lecture demonstrations or workshops – please indicate in title) should be submitted electronically for blind peer review (your name should not appear anywhere on the proposal) to Tracy Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Proposals DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 17, 2014
Selection will be based on relevance to conference theme, clarity of ideas, originality and contribution to the field. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and sent as a Word attachment. For queries, please contact Ned Loach, email@example.com.
Song, Stage and Screen is the annual conference of the academic journal, Studies in Musical Theatre, which is published by Intellect Press. Previous Song, Stage and Screen conferences have been held at the University of Portsmouth, UK (2006), University of Leeds, UK (2007), the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (2008), University of Maryland, College Park (2009), University of Winchester, UK (2010), University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance (2011), University of Groningen, Netherlands (2012) and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, UK (2013). It is expected that a selection of papers from this conference will be invited for submission to the journal.