Experiencing London Theatre
Theatre History II
Acting techniques; Elizabethan metrics; accent/dialect phonation; genre studies; interfacing of science and art; specific historiographic issues in Elizabethan theatre.
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Rose (2001). The City Beyond the Door. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, Drama Criticism vol. 15.
Rose, Brian A. (1996). "Jekyll and Hyde" Adapted: Dramatizations of Cultural Anxiety. New York, NY: Greenwood.
Chapple, ed. (1994). "Transformations of Terror". Gainsville, FL: University of Florida Press.
Rose (1992). The City Beyond the Door: The Influence of the Urban Milieu in Pinter's Early Plays. Columbus, OH: L & L Theatre Research Institute.
Rose, ed. (1992). Theatre Studies, Vol 37. Columbus, OH: L & L Theatre Research Institute.
Rose, ed. (1991). Theatre Studies, Vol 36. Columbus, OH: L & L Theatre Research Institute.
Rose, ed. (1990). Theatre Studies, Vol 35. Columbus, OH: The Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute.
Dr. Rose was an actor in all major unions for over twenty five years. He gave thousands of performances as a resident company member of the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival, Classic Stage Company of New York City and dozens of other venues, including productions at The Kennedy Center and The Public Theatre. He has logged one hundred commercials for clients all over the world and another hundred professional non-theatre jobs. He has been Guest Artist at three universities. January 1998.
Honors and Accomplishments
Certificate of Merit in Directing, ONCE IN A LIFETIME, 2005, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival
Certificate of Merit in Directing, THE LEARNED LADIES, 2006, KCACTF