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Dick, Leopold; Hoffmann, Tobias; King, Katelyn Rose (16 December 2020). Performing Identities. Perspektiven aktueller Festspiel- und Musiktheaterforschung im Dialog In: Performing Identities. Perspektiven aktueller Festspiel- und Musiktheaterforschung im Dialog. Hochschule der Künste Bern. 16. Dezember 2020.

Corajod, Mathieu Alexandre (2020). Hans Wüthrich. Parcours de l'oeuvre Brahms Ircam

Dick, Leo (15 September 2020). Tarantella helvetica: Symbolische Transformationen animalischer Kinesis auf der Schweizer Musiktheaterbühne In: Musik als Experimentierfeld für Bewegung. Strobl am Wolfgangsee, Österreich. 14. bis 16. September 2020.

Dick, Leo (2020). ‚From the Region, for the Region‘: The Patchwork ‚Music Theatre Scene‘ in German-Speaking Switzerland In: Rebstock, Matthias (ed.) Freies Musiktheater in Europa / Independent Music Theatre in Europe (pp. 189-259). Bielefeld: transcript

Fourie, Paula (2020). ‘It was here, you must remember, our children played their games’: A Historiography of District Six Musical Theatre In: African Theatre 19: Opera & Music Theatre (pp. 29-51). Boydell & Brewer 10.2307/j.ctv105bbfp.9

Fourie, Paula (2020). “Master Harold” … and the boys by Athol Fugard In: Younger, Kelly (ed.) How to Teach a Play: Essential Exercises for Popular Plays (pp. 235-238). Methuen Drama 10.5040/

Fourie, Paula (2020). “Little man you’ve had a busy day”: Music in the onstage and offstage lives of “Master Harold” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 002198941989265. SAGE 10.1177/0021989419892658


Fourie, Paula (2019). “Dis Nie Myne Nie, Dis Nie Joune Nie” or Kramer and Petersen’s Ghoema: Inscribing the Past, Claiming the Present? In: Maufort, Marc; Maufort, Jessica (eds.) Forays into Contemporary South African Theatre: Devising New Stage Idioms. Cross/Cultures: Vol. 211 (pp. 293-312). Brill | Rodopi 10.1163/9789004414464_017


Dick, Leopold; Tesche, Tassilo (8 November 2017). Liminale Prozesse im progressiven Musiktheater der Gegenwart In: Jour fixe Forschung. LMU München. 8. November 2017.

Dick, Leopold (2017). Music Theatre as Labyrinth. Extension of liminality in the production The Navidson Records by Till Wyler von Ballmoos and Tassilo Tesche Studies in Musical Theatre 11:2, Volume(Nummer), pp. 103-118. 10.1386/smt.11.2.103_1

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