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    • Does the NEA Need Saving? 

      Wilbur, Sarah (TDR/The Drama Review, 2017-11-01)
      What are the stakes in saving the NEA, today? Departing from the recent legislative back-and-forth between President Donald Trump and Congress over the budgetary future of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), this ...
    • Funding Bodies Five Decades of Dance Making at the National Endowment for the Arts 

      Wilbur, Sarah (2021-10-05)
      How NEA funding policies have shaped the field of dance Funding Bodies is the first scholarly study of the National Endowment for the Arts to focus specifically on dance.
    • Gestural Economies and Production Pedagogies in Deaf West’s Spring Awakening 

      Wilbur, Sarah (TDR/The Drama Review, 2016-06)
      In Deaf West’s Broadway revival of Spring Awakening, embodied gestures expose and challenge representational and infrastructural norms that drive commercial musical theatre. The company’s blend of ASL and spoken text extends ...
    • It's about Time Creative placemaking and performance analytics 

      Wilbur, Sarah (Performance Research, 2015-07-04)
      The U.S. philanthropic discourse known as “creative placemaking” unites a historically unprecedented number of institutional investors in the instrumentalization of art toward civic, social, economic, and environmental goals. ...
    • The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Politics 

      Wilbur, Sarah (Dance Research Journal, 2018-08)
      <jats:p>At 656 pages wide and 31 authors deep,<jats:italic>The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Politics</jats:italic>collection contains a veritable who's who of US, UK, and EU dance scholarship. It also importantly documents ...