Master's Theses


Communication Studies

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)


This study was designed to stage the drama Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee for production on a university main-stage. The director demonstrated her ability to apply solutions to all the problems involved with producing academic theatre including pre-production research and analysis, auditions and casting, staging and rehearsals, publicity and marketing, and finally, supervising the performances. The director developed a flexible approach; and more than anything, the collaboration of the production learn to solve the inherent problems of time, budget, space, and levels of ability. The experience of directing Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? was instructive and invaluable. Albee's play was responsible for inspiring creative energies and inducing serious commitment from actors, designers, and staff members. The efforts of these artists greatly aided the director in achieving a degree of success in staging this drama.


L. A. Frerer

Date of Award

Fall 1995

Document Type

Thesis - campus only access


© 1995 Tomme L. Williams


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