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This site is intended as an evolving repository for research, inspiration, and resources for the Chapman University Department of Theatre’s production of Stage Door. The blog will be created and maintained by members of the TH 329: Dramaturgy class, who are also serving as the production’s dramaturgical team. Here they are in action!

The entire dramaturgical team for STAGE DOOR worked dillegently both independently and collaboratively to find, share, and analyze primary and secondary sources related to the production.

The entire dramaturgical team for STAGE DOOR worked dillegently both independently and collaboratively to find, share, and analyze primary and secondary sources related to the production.

Peyton, Gabbie, and Britt comb through LIFE magazines from the 1930s searching for evidence of period customs, fashion, and cultural events.

Peyton, Gabbie, and Britt comb through LIFE magazines from the 1930s searching for evidence of period customs, fashion, and cultural events.

Jessica, Robyn, and Colby utilize online archives to access primary source material related to the show.

Jessica, Robyn, and Colby utilize online archives to access primary source material related to the show.