Browsing Research Articles (Drama) by UP Author "Munro, Marth"

Browsing Research Articles (Drama) by UP Author "Munro, Marth"

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  • Coetzee, Marie-Heleen; Munro, Marth (Centre for Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Stellenbosch, 2010)
    While the general contours of virtuosity are the same across media, every sacred monster is unique; every technique organizes its own monstrosity, and every community engages its virtuoso monsters on its own terms (Hamera ...
  • Van den Berg, Celia; Coetzee, Marie-Heleen; Munro, Marth (Routledge, 2014)
    This article investigates the way the methodology of process drama, and specifically the convention of dramatised poetry, can enhance the anger-management skills of adolescent girls. The article presents findings from a ...
  • Steyn, Morné; Munro, Marth (Routledge, 2015-05)
    In this article we argue that the entry-level theatre voice teacher is confronted in the theatre voice class with a ‘dichotomized voice’ in training, where the physiological and the socio-cultural interweave brain/mind/body ...
  • Munro, Marth; Coetzee, Marie-Heleen (Centre for Theatre and Performance Studies, University of Stellenbosch, 2007)
    The authors explored the ways in which the changes in the South African educational dispensation impact on the work of educators within a Drama department in the Higher Education and Training band (HET) in South Africa. ...
  • Van Heerden, Ariana; Munro, Marth (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2012)
    This article reports on a mixed method study of painting and drawing activities of professional artists utilizing semi-structured interviews documenting affective states. The experiential data was supplemented with ...
  • Munro, Marth; Munro, A.J.(Alick J.); Lemmer, K.; Pretorius, M. (Unisa Press, 2015)
    Management in a client-centred industry faces complex interaction within the company structures as well as with several client-related communications. Such interactions span a broad range of skills that extend beyond ...
  • Van Heerden, Ariana; Munro, Marth (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2014)
    In general the production and appreciation of visual art has been considered to be a cultural phenomenon, but lately the possibility of a biological, leading on to a neuroscientific basis, for making art has been considered. ...