The Role of Register: Register Theory and its Consideration in Theatrical Performance - NATIONAL DRAMA

The Role of Register: Register Theory and its Consideration in Theatrical Performance

This article looks at the application of register theory in the theatrical context and as a potential educational approach in pedagogic drama.  Although registers have been studied in a variety of social and literary contexts, relatively little has been written on their function within performance. 
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