A Double Rose: Tam Lin Recast: The Adaptation and Performance of a Traditional Medieval Ballad, 2017  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Flinspach, Jennie
Title
A Double Rose: Tam Lin Recast: The Adaptation and Performance of a Traditional Medieval Ballad
Dates
2017 (inclusive)
Quantity
0.02 linear feet

1 folder
Collection Number
2018_227
Summary
Jennie Flinspach was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore terminal project.
Repository
University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
1287 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon
97403
Telephone: 541-346-3925
flr@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for access in accordance with Archives of Northwest Folklore policy.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The traditional Scottish medieval ballad, "Tam Lin", is one of the most popular songs in the tradition and has inspired many adaptations. This project seeks to explore the nature of adaptation, especially in performance, and to analyze an audience's response to variations on a common narrative text. Through the writing and theatrical production of an original play adaptation of the ballad, I explore issues of continuity, variation, intertextuality, and audience competency. This project portfolio outlines my major research sources, my script writing process, the process of creating a production of the script, and my analysis of the audience's comments on the performance.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

This collection is open for use in accordance with Archives of Northwest Folklore policy.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Terminal ProjectReturn to Top

Printed Play ScriptReturn to Top

Supplemental MaterialsReturn to Top

PhotographsReturn to Top

Description
Introduction to the Project
The Script Writing Process
Auditions, Casting, and Rehearsal
A Double Rose in Performance
Audience Response to the Production

Play BrochureReturn to Top

Description Dates
Costume Templates
P01_2018_227_01: Introduction to the Project
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_02: The Script Writing Process
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_03: Lanark Street, City of Glasgow
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_04: Auditions, Casting, and Rehearsal
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_05: Actors Wanted for a New Play
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_06: A Double Rose in Performance
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_07: A Double Rose: Tam Lin Recast
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographic print(s)
2017-12
P01_2018_227_10: Minstrel Scene I
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_11: Balladeer Scene I
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_12: Janet Scene I
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_13: Tam Lin Scene I
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_14: The Fairy Queen Scene I
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_15: The Queen of the Fey Scene 2
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_16: Tam Scene 4
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_17: She Scene 4
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_18: Janet Scene 4
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_08: Audience Response to the Production
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12
P01_2018_227_09: Interpretation and the Audience PowerPoint
Flinspach, Jennie
1.0 photographs
2017-12

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Child ballads
  • Medieval
  • Scottish
  • Theatre and Performance
  • tradition
  • traditional music
  • Personal Names :
  • Ballard, Melody
  • Biggins, Lyric
  • Brown , Alex
  • Cardiel, Tyler
  • Losey, Chase
  • McIntyre, Cassia
  • Thanathiti, Emery
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Ballads
  • Terminal project