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Master of Fine Arts



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David S Leong


This thesis is a narrative of a project called the James River Anthology. The project was an experiment in "process theater" for the all-boy student population of Seven Hills School in Richmond, Virginia. Students were asked to write their own monologues and create masks inspired by the James River in the 2004-2005 school year. The performance was held on April 28th, 2005 at the Lewis Ginter Recreation Center. A grant from Partners in the Arts was awarded for this project to fund visiting artist, Heather Hogg, author of this thesis.


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