Applied Theatre

International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice

Edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton

Edited by Monica Prendergast and Juliana Saxton

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

176 pages | 7 x 9 | © 2009
Paper $35.50 ISBN: 9781841502816 Published March 2010

Applied Theatre is the first collection to assist practitioners and students in developing critical frameworks for their own community-based theatrical projects. The editors draw on thirty case studies in applied theatre from fifteen countries—covering a wide range of disciplines, from theatre studies to education, medicine, and law—and collect essential readings to provide a comprehensive survey of the field. Infused with a historical and theoretical overview of practical theatre, Applied Theatre offers clear developmental approaches and models for practical application.

Contents

Acknowledgements

 

Preface: What is this book about?

 

Part One: Theories, History and Practices of Applied Theatre

 

Chapter One: Theories and History of Applied Theatre

 

Chapter Two: Practices of Applied Theatre

 

Part Two: The Landscape of Applied Theatre

 

Chapter Three: Theatre in Education (TIE)

 

Chapter Four: Popular Theatre

 

Chapter Five: Theatre of the Oppressed (TO)

 

Part Three: The Locations of Applied Theatre

 

Chapter Six: Theatre in Health Education (THE)

 

Chapter Seven: Theatre for Development (TfD)

 

Chapter Eight:  Prison Theatre

 

Chapter Nine: Community-based Theatre

 

Chapter Ten: Museum Theatre

 

Chapter Eleven: Reminiscence Theatre

 

Part Four: Challenges for Practice

 

Chapter Twelve: Participation, Ethics, Aesthetics and Assessment

 

Afterword: Reflection

Bibliography

Index

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