EQUITY & DIVERSITY IN THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
Omasta, M. & Felty, A. 2021. Data-based analysis of diversity and equity in theatre for young audience companies. ArtsPraxis, 8(2), 46-70.
DOMINANT PARADIGMS IN THEATRE EDUCATION & APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCH
Omasta, M. & Snyder-Young, D. (2014). Gaps, silences, and comfort zones: Dominant paradigms in applied theatre & drama education discourse. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre & Performance, 19(1), 7-22.
NATIONAL SURVEY OF THEATRE EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES
Omasta, M. (2012). A landscape study of theatre education in United States high schools. Teaching Theatre, 24(1), 8-28.
NATIONAL SURVEY OF THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES COMPANIES
Omasta, M. & Felty, A. 2021. Perspectives of theatre for young audiences companies' leaders by budget, region, and longevity: A survey. ArtsPraxis 8(2), A1-26.
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING AND NATIONAL ARTS STANDARDS
Omasta, M., Graham, M., Milling, S. L., Murray, E., Petersen Jensen, A., & Siebert, J. J. 2021. Social emotional learning and the National Core Arts Standards: A Cross-disciplinary analysis of policy and practices. Arts Education Policy Review, 122(3), 158-170.
PERFORMING THE EXPERIENCES OF LGBTQIA+ INDIVIDUALS
Hogan, J. & Omasta, M. 2021. Performing the lived experiences of LGBTQIA+ individuals from religious backgrounds. Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 23(1), 276-286.
LEARNING THROUGH AN ETHNODRAMA ABOUT DEPRESSION
Omasta, M., Landroche, A., & the Facing Depression Team. 2020. Pedagogical discoveries through participation in a devised ethnodrama about depression. Journal for Learning through the Arts, 16(1).
ASSESSMENT IN ELEMENTARY DRAMA EDUCATION
Omasta, M., Murray, B., McAvoy, M., & Chappell, D. 2021. Assessment in elementary drama education: Teachers' conceptualizations & practices. Arts Education Policy Review, 122(4), 265-279.
STUDENT VIEWS OF SOCIAL ISSUES IN HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PROGRAMS
Omasta, M.& Brandley, A. 2016. "Student Perceptions of High School Theatre Programs: An Investigation of Social Issues and Call for Replication." Youth Theatre Journal, 30(1), 50-67.
ADULT VIEWS OF SOCIAL ISSUES IN THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
Omasta, M. "Adult Stakeholder Perspectives on Social Issues in Theatre for Young Audiences." Youth Theatre Journal 29.1 (2015): 73-86.
ARTISTS' INTENTIONS VS. AUDIENCE RESPONSE
Omasta, M. (2011). Artist intentions and audience response in theatre for young audiences. Youth Theatre Journal 25(1), 32-50.
HOW VIEWING THEATRE AFFECTS ADOLESCENTS' ATTITUDES, VALUES, AND BELIEFS
Omasta, M. 2011. Adolescents' affective engagement with theatre: Surveying middle school students' attitudes, values, and beliefs. International Journal of Education and the Arts 12(1.6), 1-18.