Dr Kasia Lech


NameDr Kasia Lech
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Creative Arts And Industries

Research outputs

Dramaturgy of form performing verse in contemporary theatre

Lech, K. 2021. Dramaturgy of form performing verse in contemporary theatre. Routledge.

Lockdown verses and anxieties of presence: How Polish theatre rhymed a case for its purpose on the pandemic stage?

Lech, K. 2020. Lockdown verses and anxieties of presence: How Polish theatre rhymed a case for its purpose on the pandemic stage? Critical Stages/Scènes critiques. 22, p. 2020.

“Roughening up of the utterance” or “It’s not all mountains and sheep and Emily Dickinson.”: How contemporary practitioners test boundaries of verse drama?

Lech, K. 2020. “Roughening up of the utterance” or “It’s not all mountains and sheep and Emily Dickinson.”: How contemporary practitioners test boundaries of verse drama? Coup de Théâtre. 34, pp. 161-179.

Claiming their voice: foreign memories on the post-Brexit British stage

Lech, K. 2020. Claiming their voice: foreign memories on the post-Brexit British stage. in: Meerzon, Y., Dean, D. and McNeil, D. (ed.) Migration and stereotypes in performance and culture Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 215-234

Acting as the act of translation: domesticating and foreignizing strategies as part of the actor’s performance in the Irish-Polish production of bubble revolution

Lech, K. 2019. Acting as the act of translation: domesticating and foreignizing strategies as part of the actor’s performance in the Irish-Polish production of bubble revolution. in: Meerzon, Y. and Pewny, K. (ed.) Routledge. pp. 39-50

TheTheatreTimes.com

Lech, K. and Romanska, M. 2016. TheTheatreTimes.com. TheTheatreTimes.com.

Performap.com

Lech, K., Romanska, M,, Chang, A. and Jarboe, K. 2019. Performap.com.

Spotlight on Polish Theatre

Lech, K. 2018. Spotlight on Polish Theatre.

Verse in contemporary Irish theatre

Lech, K. 2018. Verse in contemporary Irish theatre. in: Jordan, E. and Weitz, E. (ed.) The Palgrave handbook of contemporary Irish theatre and performance pp. 599-613

Bubble revolution: performing translation

Lech, K. 2016. Bubble revolution: performing translation. Edinburgh 04 - 28 Aug 2016

Students as producers and active partners in enhancing equality and diversity: ‘culturosity’ at Canterbury Christ Church University

Lech, K., Hoople, L., Abiker, K., Mitchell, M. and Mooney, P. 2017. Students as producers and active partners in enhancing equality and diversity: ‘culturosity’ at Canterbury Christ Church University. Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change. 3 (2). https://doi.org/10.21100/jeipc.v3i2.533

Difficult encounter: Polish theatre on the Irish stage between 2004 and 2015

Lech, K. 2015. Difficult encounter: Polish theatre on the Irish stage between 2004 and 2015. Litteraria Pragensia. 25 (50), pp. 32-46.

Pain, rain, and rhyme: the role of rhythm in Stefanie Preissner’s work

Lech, K. 2015. Pain, rain, and rhyme: the role of rhythm in Stefanie Preissner’s work. in: Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices by Women in Ireland Dublin Carysfort Press. pp. 151-166

Puppets, dogs, and vegetarian angels: ecocriticism in Jakub Krofta’s Polish productions

Lech, K. 2015. Puppets, dogs, and vegetarian angels: ecocriticism in Jakub Krofta’s Polish productions. Theatralia. 18 (2), pp. 277-302. https://doi.org/10.5817/TY2015-2-7

Metatheatre and the importance of Estrella in Calderón’s 'La vida es sueño' and its contemporary productions

Lech, K. 2014. Metatheatre and the importance of Estrella in Calderón’s 'La vida es sueño' and its contemporary productions. Bulletin of the Comediantes. 66 (2), pp. 175-193. https://doi.org/10.1353/boc.2014.0036

Memory, Communism, and foreign words in Julia Holewińska’s Foreign Bodies: balancing foreignization and domesticating strategies in a production by Polish Theatre Ireland

Lech, K. 2014. Memory, Communism, and foreign words in Julia Holewińska’s Foreign Bodies: balancing foreignization and domesticating strategies in a production by Polish Theatre Ireland. Translation Ireland. 19 (2), pp. 37-48.
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