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Soto-Morettini, D. (2016). Mastering the Shakespeare Audition. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 9781474266871
Mastering the Shakespeare Audition is a practical collection of approaches to analysing the structure of Shakespeare's monologue texts, understanding the prosody and metre, an...
Soto-Morettini, D. (1986). Disrupting the Spectacle: Howard Brenton’s Magnificence. Theatre Journal. 38, 82-95. doi:10.2307/3207825. ISSN 0192-2882
Soto-Morettini, D. & Whall, H. M. (1984). Brecht’s Visions of Simone Macha. Theatre Journal. 36, 568-573. doi:10.2307/3207005. ISSN 0192-2882
Soto-Morettini, D. (2011). Mastering the audition: how to perform under pressure. Methuen. ISBN 978-1408160619
Soto-Morettini, D. (1993). Revolution and the Fatally Clever Smile: Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest. Journal of dramatic theory and criticism. 9, 105-118. ISSN 0888-3203
Soto-Morettini, D. (2009). The Philosophical Actor: A Practical Meditation for Practicing Theatre Artists. Intellect Ltd. ISBN 978-1841503264
There have been many books published on acting, actor training, and practical theories for preparing for a role, but none of these books have ever looked philosophically at th...
Soto-Morettini, D. (2000). Disturbing the Spirits of the Past: the uncertainty principle in Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen. In Maufort, M. & Bellarsi, F. (Eds.). Crucible of Cultures. Anglophone Drama at the Dawn of a New Millennium, 69-78. Peter Lang. ISBN 978-9052019826
Soto-Morettini, D. Framing the Imaginary: Michael Frayn’s Democracy. Paper presented at International Federation for Theatre Research Conference, St Petersburg, Russia
Soto-Morettini, D. The cognitive architecture of performance. Paper presented at PSI Conference #18, Utrecht, Netherland
Soto-Morettini, D. Rude Scottish Drama and the ‘Psychosomatics of the Zeitgeist. Paper presented at In Yer Face, University of the West of England, Bristol
Soto-Morettini, D. Memories and Aspirations: Scotland’s "State of the Nation" Trilogy. Paper presented at XIV. World conference of FIRT/IFTR, Amsterdam
Artt, S. 'Femme Publique':The brothel sex worker as anti-Flaneuse in the television series Maison Close.. Paper presented at Tranforming Cities, University of Braunschweig, Germany. (Unpublished)
Maison Close offers us the sex worker as anti-flâneuse, a woman whose movement is thoroughly circumscribed by the walls of the brothel and yet is defined by her license as a '...