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Examining the pedagogy of theatre lighting (2020)
Journal Article
Zezulka, K. (2020). Examining the pedagogy of theatre lighting. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, 11(1), 93-107. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2019.1643401

This article addresses educational routes into theatre lighting for live performance as well as the continuing development of lighting professionals once they enter the industry. Both aspects feed into larger concerns about the industry as a whole:... Read More about Examining the pedagogy of theatre lighting.

Applying linguistics to theatre production processes: the strategic use of silence during technical rehearsals
Book Chapter
Zezulka, K. (in press). Applying linguistics to theatre production processes: the strategic use of silence during technical rehearsals. In S. Ainsworth, D. Griffiths, & K. Pahl (Eds.), Multilingualism and Multimodality: Working at the Intersections. Multilingual Matters

While emerging scholars in applied linguistics are beginning to widen the scope of the field to include live and performing arts – for example, methods of creative inquiry (McKay and Bradley, 2016; Bradley and Harvey, 2019) and the impact of universi... Read More about Applying linguistics to theatre production processes: the strategic use of silence during technical rehearsals.

Introduction: Thinking Light
Book Chapter
Graham, K., Palmer, S., & Zezulka, K. (2023). Introduction: Thinking Light. In S. Palmer, J. McKinney, S. Di Benedetto, & K. Graham (Eds.), Contemporary Performance Lighting: Experience, Creativity and Meaning. Bloomsbury Methuen

Language, creativity, and collaboration
Book Chapter
Zezulka, K. (2023). Language, creativity, and collaboration. In S. Palmer, J. McKinney, S. De Benedetto, & K. Graham (Eds.), Contemporary Performance Lighting: Experience, Creativity and Meaning. Bloomsbury Publishing