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This text and accompanying audio-visual files document a theatre workshop aimed at investigating how philosophical phenomenology might be useful in the creative process. Phenomenology is understood here as the study of the way the world shows itself to conscious experience through practical engagement with the world. The workshop involved five professional actors and four undergraduates working on Act II of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard over two days. Basic concepts of phenomenology weredoi:10.33011/partake.v2i1.405 fatcat:vym2w5sw5ra5dmwp2xoexew52y