Scholarly Works

Pacing in Drama (2012)

  • “The Techniques of Establishing Pacing in Dramatic Writing,” examining how casts of different sizes influence the tools of increasing or decreasing paces onstage. Written as my third-semester craft essay as part of Masters in Creative Writing for the Stage and Screen Program at Lesley University.

Theatrical Practicality (2013)

  • “The Realities of Theatrical Production:
 Practical considerations for realization on onstage,” detailing how the physical demands and limitations of theatrical performance must influence the design choices in script writing. Written as the craft component of my master’s thesis in completion of my Masters in Creative Writing for the Stage and Screen Program at Lesley University.

Designing Villains in Larps (2016)

  • “Smile and smile and be a villain: supporting the narrative function of villain roles in larp,” examining how best to design player characters who can effectively push the conflict in live action role play games. Written for Game Wrap Magazine, volume 1, an analytical publication on the art and craft and larp.
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