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Chandler, Clare (2021) “Does Anybody Have A Map?”: The Impact of “Virtual Broadway” on Musical Theatre Composition. The Journal of Popular Culture, 54 (2). pp. 276-300. ISSN 0022-3840

Chandler, Clare (2019) Integration & Disintegration in Next to Normal. MTEA Journal, 2 . pp. 82-86.

Chandler, Clare (2018) “Let me be part of the narrative” – The Schuyler Sisters ‘almost’ feminist? Contemporary Theatre Review, 28 (3). ISSN 1048-6801

Chandler, Clare (2016) Tony Awards 2016: a brief history of the woman behind the biggest event in show business. The Conversation . ISSN 2201-5639


Chandler, Clare (2017) Review of British Musical Theatre Since 1950 edited by Robert Gordon, Olaf Jubin and Millie Taylor. Theatre Notebook, 71 (2). pp. 134-135. ISSN 2051-8358

Book Section

Johnson Quinn, Arianne and Chandler, Clare (2022) “Forget About the Boy”: Women and Creative Collaborations in Musical Theatre. In: The Routledge Companion to Musical Theatre. Routledge. ISBN 9780367202095

Chandler, Clare (2021) The Courtesan and the Collaborator: Marguérite [2008]. In: Paris in the Musical: The City of Light on Stage and Screen. Routledge, London, pp. 222-241. ISBN 9781138611092, 9780429465437

Conference or Workshop contribution

Chandler, Clare (2022) ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ unless you're a solo womxn spectator watching Carousel. In: TaPRA, 12-14 September, University of Essex.

Chandler, Clare (2022) Star-crossed utopia and dissonant pleasure in & Juliet (2019). In: Utopian Studies Society Conference, 13th - 15th July 2022, Brighton, UK.

Chandler, Clare (2021) Restaging Musical Theatre’s Feminisms: male sidekicks and womxn superheroes. In: Hybrid Postgraduate Research Conference Lancaster University, 17th July 2021, Hybrid.

Chandler, Clare (2021) Keynote at the University of Wolverhampton’s CCHIP PRG symposium. In: CCHIP PRG symposium, University of Wolverhampton.

Chandler, Clare (2021) Looking Back to Think Forward: Feminist Utopian Resistance and Musical Theatre. In: Telephone Hour: A Quarantine Colloquium. The Association for Theatre in Higher Education., Online.

Chandler, Clare (2019) ‘It Takes A Cock’ or does it? - feminist directorial interventions in Angry Birds the Musical. In: Musical Theatre in Process: A Symposium., The Other Palace.

Chandler, Clare (2019) ‘Have You Seen This?’ Notions of authenticity in post-truth verbatim musical theatre. In: Song Stage and Screen XIV, Leeds University.

Chandler, Clare (2018) ‘Je suis Katie – free speech in post truth verbatim musical theatre.’. In: Let The Sun Shine In: American Theatre, Protest and Censorship. American Theatre and Drama Society., British Library.

Chandler, Clare and Griffiths, Rachel (2018) ‘Learn To Do It’ – performer training across the pedagogies. In: TaPRA, September 2018, University of Aberystwyth.

Chandler, Clare and Scheuber-Rush, Simeon (2018) Musical Theatre Composition: how Digital Broadway has changed ‘What’s Inside’. In: Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, August 2018, Boston.

Chandler, Clare (2017) ‘British Musical Theatre in the Curriculum: practices and issues’. In: Where Next for British Musical Theatre Research, Pedagogy and Practice?, December 2017, British Musical Theatre Research Institute..

Chandler, Clare and Grinenko, Aleksei (2017) ‘Mad Bodies as Spectacles of Otherness’ Working Session,. In: American Society for Theatre Research Annual Conference, November 2017, Atlanta.

Chandler, Clare and Scheuber-Rush, Simeon (2017) ‘Does Anybody Have A Map?’ The Impact of ‘Virtual Broadway’ on Musical Theatre Composition. In: Song, Stage and Screen XII, June 2017, GSA.

Chandler, Clare (2016) Aftershocks: Next To Normal and the crackle of difference. In: “History has its Eyes on You: Musical Theatre’s Moments of Transition” American Society for Theatre Research Annual Conference, November 2016, Minneapolis.

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