Dr Delyse Ryan is a Senior Lecturer in Drama at the Brisbane campus of Australian Catholic University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Introducing University Students to the Possibilities of Performing in the Community: A Case Study of Early Childhood Dramatic Performance

This paper chronicles the process that students followed to create performances for young children in the local community.

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Recreating a Lost Culture Using the Web: A Case Study of the Creation of a Contemporary Vaudeville Performance

This paper documents how drama students use the web to help them recreate theatrical performance styles from bygone eras.

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Community Engagement through the Arts: An Interdisciplinary Approach Developed in an Australian University

This paper reports on a university program called the Arts and Culture Community Engagement Project.

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Putting on a Show in the Ol’ Barn? Understanding Student Learning through Practical Drama Performance

This paper examines what non-acting drama students think they learn by participating in practical theatre performances as assessable items within their tertiary studies.

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Performing for the Unknown Culture: Using Early Childhood Performance as a Window into Tertiary Drama Education

This article showcases an early childhood performance assessment task which enhances tertiary students’ experience of their first year of Drama studies at an Australian university.

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Published online: December 8, 2014

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Which Way Is Up? An Experimental Performance

This is a case study examining the process undertaken by two groups of students in a combined production called "This Way Up."

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