The Applied Theatre Reader

The Applied Theatre Reader

Author: Tim Prentki


ISBN: 0367376296


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Applied theatre : an introduction / Nicola Abraham -- Lexicon of key concepts / Nicola Abraham and Tim Prentki -- Introduction to poetics of representation / Tim Prentki -- Rabelais and his world / Mikhail Bakhtin -- Brecht on theatre / Marc Silberman, Steve Giles and Tom Kuhn (eds.) -- Laughing and yelling in the trouble : spaces of consensual courage / Sonia Norris and Julie Salverson -- Provoking intervention : spaces of consensual courage / Adrian Jackson -- 'Lift your mask' : geese theatre company in performance / Andy Watson -- Geographies of hope / Michael Balfour and Julie Dunn -- Culturally producing and negotiating women's rugby / Colette Conroy and Sarah Dickinson -- Introduction to ethics of representation / Nicola Abraham -- The work of representation / Stuart Hall -- On the political / Chantal Mouffe -- Choosing the margin as a space of radical openness / bell hooks -- Drama for moral education in mainland China : tensions and possibilities / Joe Winston and Chenchen Zeng -- 'I never knew I had so many health rights' - developing a health manifesto with young people living in Hillbrow / Katharine Low, Gerard Bester, Phana Dube and Ben Gunn -- Inside bitch : clean break and the ethics of representation of women in the criminal justice system / Anna Herrmann and Caoimhe McAvinchey with contributions from Lucy Edkins, Jennifer Joseph, TerriAnn Oudjar, Jade Small, Deborah Pearson and Stacey Gregg -- The ethics of aesthetic risk / Gareth White -- Transition and challenge ethical concerns in prison theatre / Marianne Knudsen and Bjørn Rasmussen -- Theare for democracy / Brendon Burns -- Introduction to participation and inclusion / Nicola Abraham -- Theatre of the oppressed / Augusto Boal -- Selections from the prison notebooks / Antonio Gramsci -- Participation / Majid Rahnema -- On arrival / Sara Ahmed -- Mobile arts for peace (MAP) : curriculum for music, dance and drama in Rwanda / Ananda Breed, Kurtis Dennison, Sylvestre Nzahabwanayo, and Kirrily Pells -- Lest all things be held unalterable : Brecht's message to 'zombie democracies' / Marina Henriques Coutinho -- Being imperfect : breakin' away from competitive battling in Singapore / Adelina Ong -- The gratitude enquiry : investigating reciprocity in three community projects / Sue Mayo -- Introduction to intervention / Tim Prentki -- Profit over people / Noam Chomsky -- When people play people / Zakes Mda -- Drama as a process for change / Dorothy Heathcote -- / Paul Sutton -- Unexpected resilience of the participant performance model for playback theatre / Jonathan Fox -- Introduction to border crossing / Tim Prentki -- Border crossings / Henry Giroux -- Decolonising the mind / Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o -- Home, away, and back again / Jan Cohen Cruz -- Brecht in Sicily : crossing borders / Salvo Pitruzzella -- The transacting project / Catherine McNamara -- Introduction to change / Nicola Abraham -- Problem-posing situated and multicultural learning / Ira Shor -- Synthetic culture and development / Renato Constantino -- Child rights theatre for development with disadvantaged and excluded children in South Asia and Africa / Michael Etherton -- Opening doors, not filling boxes : policy kinesis and youth performance with the Black Friars Theatre Company, Aotearoa, New Zealand / Nicola Abraham and Cristian Almarza -- Educaswitch : preventing bullying and advocating social and emotional literacy in schools for children and young people in Chile / Nicola Abraham and Cristian Almarza -- Planting dream-seeds in the wind when the point is to change / Syed Jamil Ahmed -- Applied theatre in global meltdown / Tim Prentki.
The Applied Theatre Reader
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Tim Prentki, Nicola Abraham
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020 - Publisher:

Applied theatre : an introduction / Nicola Abraham -- Lexicon of key concepts / Nicola Abraham and Tim Prentki -- Introduction to poetics of representation / Tim Prentki -- Rabelais and his world / Mikhail Bakhtin -- Brecht on theatre / Marc Silberman, Steve Giles and Tom Kuhn (eds.) --
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Pages: 463
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Pages: 397
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Pages: 229
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Language: en
Pages: 222
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Categories: Education
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