Finding Comfort in My Voice in Predominantly White Theatre Spaces: Understanding the Voice, Body, and Space as an Indigenous Actor on Stage

Emery, Tatyana W.

  • This thesis explores the connection between the voice and comfort, per Sara Ahmed, of racialized bodies in the collegiate theatre space. As autoethnograpic study, the research is based in my own personal experiences as an actor at Tufts University as well as research in fields of critical race theory in addition to performance study. Focused on the avenue of the voice, the paper traces the use of ... read more
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