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"...dramaturgs contextualize the world of a play; establish connections among the text, actors, and audience..." - Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas.

Essentially, dramaturgy takes research to a practical level for everyone wanting more contextual information about every aspect of the play. This libguide helps you start digging into the details on your character and the context of that character's journey in the play?


Dramaturgy, like research, is hard...but worth it!

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