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Prof. dr. M. (Millie) Taylor

Musical
Faculty of Humanities
Theatre Studies
Photographer: Kirsten van Santen

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Doelenstraat 16-18
Postal address
  • Postbus 93065
    1090 BB Amsterdam
Contact details
  • Publications

    2023

    • Taylor, M., & Rush, A. (2023). Musical Theatre Histories: Expanding the Narrative. Bloomsbury Publishing.

    2020

    • Taylor, M. (2020). Miss Littlewood and Me: Performing Ethnography. Studies in Musical Theatre, 14(1), 65.

    2019

    • Taylor, M. (2019). 'Title of Chapter'. In J. Sternfeld, & E. L. Wollman (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to the Contemporary Musical (pp. 17-26). Routledge Academic.

    2018

    • Taylor, M. (2018). Theatre Music and Sound at the RSC: Macbeth to Matilda. (Palgrave Studies in British Musical Theatre). Palgrave Macmillan.

    2016

    • Taylor, M. (2016). Lionel Bart: British Vernacular Musical Theatre. In R. Gordon, & O. Jubin (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the British Musical (pp. 483). Oxford University Press.
    • Taylor, M., Gordon, R., & Jubin, O. (2016). British Musical Theatre Since 1950. Bloomsbury Publishing.

    2014

    • Taylor, M. (2014). Singing and Dancing Ourselves: The Politics of the Ensemble in A Chorus Line (1975). In D. Symonds, & M. Taylor (Eds.), Gestures of Music Theater: The Performativity of Song and Dance (pp. 276-92). Oxford University Press.
    • Taylor, M. (2014). Sweeney Todd: From Melodrama to Musical Tragedy. In R. Gordon (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Sondheim Studies (pp. 335-349). Oxford University Press.
    • Taylor, M., & Symonds, D. (2014). Studying Musical Theatre: Theory and Practice. Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Taylor, M., & Symonds, D. (Eds.) (2014). Gestures of Music Theater: The Performativity of Song and Dance. Oxford University Press.

    2013

    • Taylor, M. (2013). From Screen to Stage: Dirty Dancing Live. In Y. Tzioumakis, & S. Lincoln (Eds.), The Time of Our Lives: Dirty Dancing and Popular Culture (pp. 281-296). Wayne State University Press.

    2012

    • Taylor, M. (2012). Musical Theatre, Realism and Entertainment. (Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera). Routledge Academic.

    2010

    • Taylor, M. (2010). Continuity and Transformation in Twentieth Century Pantomime. In J. Davis (Ed.), Victorian Pantomime: A Collection of Critical Essays (pp. 185-200). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Taylor, M. (2010). Experiencing Live Musical Theatre Performance: La Cage Aux Folles and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Popular Entertainment Studies, 1(1), 44-58.

    2009

    • Taylor, M. (2009). Drawing Attention to the Significant: Exploring the functions of music in The Overcoat (1998). Studies in Musical Theatre, 2(3), 261-281.
    • Taylor, M. (2009). Integration and Distance in Musical Theatre: The Case of Sweeney Todd. Contemporary Theatre Review, 19(1), 47-60.

    2007

    • Taylor, M. (2007). British Pantomime Performanc. Intellect Books.
    • Taylor, M. (2007). Don't Dream It, Be It: Exploring Signification, Empathy and Mimesis in relation to The Rocky Horror Show. Studies in Musical Theatre, 1(1), 57-71.

    2006

    • Taylor, M. (2006). Exploring the Grain: The Sound of the Voice in Bruce Nauman's Raw Materials. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 23(2), 289-296.

    2005

    • Taylor, M. (2005). Layers of Representation: Instability in the characterization of Jenny in Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny by Brecht and Weill. In G. Kaymer, & L. B. Zvi (Eds.), Bertolt Brecht: Performance and Philosophy (pp. 159-176). Assaph Book Series.
    • Taylor, M. (2005). Playing with Distance in Pantoland. NTQ : New Theatre Quarterly, 21(4), 331-339.
    • Taylor, M. (2005). Schrodinger's Research: When does Practice as Research Occur. South African Theatre Journal: SATJ, 19, 183-190.

    2003

    • Taylor, M. (2003). Collaboration or Conflict: Music and Lyrics by Brecht, Weill and Eisler. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 23(2), 117-124.

    1999

    • Taylor, M. (1999). Conventions in Contemporary Pantomime Music. Studies in Theatre production, 19, 139-158.

    1997

    • Taylor, M., & Towse, R. (1997). The Value of Performers' Rights: An Economic Approach. Media, Culture and Society, 20(4), 631-652.

    2008

    • Taylor, M. (2008). Singing for Musicals: A Practical Guide. Crowood Press.
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  • Ancillary activities
    • University of Winchester
      Lecturer / Professor