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Volume 1, Number 1 / June issue 2015
Nathan R. Miles
Theatrical expression in creative output
Abstract

For the gifted, talented and creative, there are very few options. However, the theatre and drama and plays are an apt venue for their emotional and creative expression. This paper reviews this domain, and cites relevant literature and provides an in depth overview of this realm.
Keywords: creative expression, theatre, drama, plays

Cite this article:
Nathan R. Miles. Theatrical expression in creative output. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 1(1), 78-90.


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