This Senior Independent Study focuses on playwright Sarah Kane and her role in the In-yer-Face theatre movement. I have analyzed all of Sarah Kane’s five plays, and focused specifically on Crave, her second to last play. I have analyzed all of her work through the lens of In-yer-Face theatre in an attempt to understand her role within this movement and more broadly her role in theatre history. In addition, I have directed Sarah Kane’s Crave in an attempt to understand how In-yer-Face theatre is successfully performed and transformed onstage. Audience interaction and the connection to the actors through performance is necessary to understand when considering In-yer-Face theatre.
Theatre and Dance
Haywood, Janna M., "“And don't forget that poetry is language for its own sake:” In-yer-Face Theatre, Sarah Kane, and Crave" (2014). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 6152.
Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts | Theatre and Performance Studies
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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