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Remembering thespis: How former student actors value their experiences in high school plays

@inproceedings{Butterworth2013RememberingTH,
  title={Remembering thespis: How former student actors value their experiences in high school plays},
  author={Mike Butterworth},
  year={2013}
}
REMEMBERING THESPIS: HOW FORMER STUDENT ACTORS VALUE THEIR EXPERIENCES IN HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS 
Transforming a literary work into a dramatic performance: a qualitative case study of the experiences of selected international school students in Thailand and Myanmar
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