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dc.contributor.advisorLampert, Paul
dc.creatorDe Champlain-Leverenz, Desirée Marie
dc.description.abstractEat Me is a praxis exploration in how to destabilize theatrical form in order for an artist to speak their truth as fully as possible. Inspired by the Italian Futurists, this journey takes into account different forms of post-dramatic theatre, and how they can be manipulated and received by an audience. This paper examines a queer feminist read of Marinettis Italian Futurist manifesto and attempts to mirror this queer feminist lens in the rehearsal process as well as the final performance. The performance tells it's story through bodies and cakes. The femme bodies continuously consume, even when it becomes harmful.
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dc.subjectGender studies
dc.titleEat Me: Destabilizing Theatrical Forms of Representation in Order to Resist Reproduction of Prevailing Ideologies
dc.typeElectronic Thesis or Dissertation - Master of Fine Arts's
dc.subject.keywordsperformance art
dc.subject.keywordsdevised theatre
dc.subject.keywordsfeminism and food

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