"Dramaturgy is a term that refers to both the aesthetic architecture of a piece of dramatic literature (its structure, themes, goals, and conventions) and the practical philosophy of theater practice employed to create a full performance.
In practice dramaturgy refers to the accumulated techniques that all theatrical artists employ to do three things:
--Michael Mark Chemers, Ghost Light: An Introductory Handbook for Dramaturgy (2010)
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