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Welcome to the Contemporary Theatre Studies Research Guide!

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    “Theatre is theory, or the shadow of it.”

                                     --Herbert Blau


    The Information Cycle

    Most information comes to us through a process we call the information cycle (or knowledge cycle).

    Information evolves and changes over time. A single noteworthy event or performance can be related in different forms, through different media, and with different focus.  The diagram below charts the information cycle as it moves through different forms of media. 

    Download and read the short chapter attached below, to better understand how research methods develop out of the information (or knowledge) cycle. 

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