The Annual Dan School “Performing Research” Undergraduate Mini-Conference on Friday, March 5th this year features six students working with four different faculty supervisors and presenting an exciting range of topics.
Performing research Fourth Annual Dan School of Drama and Music Undergraduate Mini Conference Friday, 5 March 2021 2:00-4:00 pm
2:00 Bodies Out of Time: Crafting a Theory of Temporal Embodiment in Participatory Performance Events Jacob Pittini (Faculty Supervisor Dr Jenn Stephenson)
2:15 Psychological Dangers in Participatory Theatre Hailey Scott (Faculty Supervisor Dr Jenn Stephenson)
2:30 Music Cognition: The science behind music evoked emotions Rebecca MacDonald (Faculty Supervisor Dr Stephanie Lind) Short Break
3:00 Sound and Narrative Interplay in Bethesda’s Dishonored Kay Chen (Faculty Supervisor Dr Stephanie Lind)
3:20 The Evolution of Incarceration”: Reimagining Music and Theatre Making in Canadian Prisons Beyond The Basics of Rehabilitation Tessa Maki (Faculty Supervisor Dr Colleen Renihan)
3:40 Performing Necessity/Staging Urgency: Adapting Holocaust Testimony By and For the Tertiary Witness Ariel Roitman (Faculty Supervisor Dr Julie Salverson) Come join us to hear recent research by Dan School students!