Honors in Theatre and Dance
Date of Award
Thesis Professor Department
Bobby Funk, Bradley Edwards
This thesis includes the journey of Michael Lee becoming a professional actor by performing several characters within two contrasting productions. The first, "The Trojan Women", by Euripides, Michael portrayed Poseidon, Talthybius, and The Guard in ETSU's very own Bud Frank Theatre. Michael's second production included the character of Charles in the modern drama "Race" by David Mamet, which was held in the newly renovated Studio 205. Michael documented his growth as an actor through daily journal entries and analyzing the final performances.
East Tennessee State University
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Lee, Michael B., "An Actor’s Growth: From Student to Professional, Tackling Collegiate Theatre with Michael Lee" (2016). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 342. https://dc.etsu.edu/honors/342
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