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Biography

Dr. Sawita Diteeyont

Department / Faculty Department of Dramatic Arts, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University

Tel. 02-218-4802

 

Education

• 2007- 2012 PhD in Performance Practice, University of Exeter, UK

• 2001-2002 MA in Theatre Practice (Writing for Performance), University of Exeter, UK

• 1997-2000 BA in Dramatic Arts (2nd Honor) , Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University

Courses

Playwriting II
Writing for TV
Play analysis
Research Methodology

Research Accomplishments

2013 Organizing Committee of the BU World Symposium on
South-east Asian Performing Arts at Bangkok University
2013 Retelling the story: Reinterpretation of the Thai traditional
literature on the Thai contemporary stage, presented at the
BU World Symposium on South-east Asian Performing Arts
at Bangkok University

2014 Adaptation of Thai traditional play on the Thai contemporary
stage: Finding an identity for modern Thai, presented at the
international Conference ACAH 2013 , Osaka, Japan
2014 Critical assessment of mode of adaptation in the case study

of the script adaptation of Tao San Pom story in a
contemporary context, presented at the Burapha’s Music

and Performing Arts International Festival, Burapha
University, Thailand

2016 Doing Research on The Strategy of Creating Musical Plays
from the Author’s Biography: A Case Study of Playwriting on
Eua Sunthornsanan’s Life in the Suntaraporn Musical Play,
funded by Thailand Research Fund (TRF)

Creative Research

2007 Writing and directing the musical play, Roy Jai Taway Sajjja
(ร้อยใจถวายสัจจา) with Suntaraporn Band, presented at the
Main Hall, Thammasat University.

2013 Organizing Committee of the BU World Symposium on
South-east Asian Performing Arts at Bangkok University
2014 Writing Television Series with the Royal Thai Army

Television Channel 7 or “Channel 7”

2015 Writing and directing the musical play, Tao San Pom,
adapted from King Rama VI’s play, performed as the part of
Suntaraporn Concert at the Thailand Cultural Centre