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Applied Theatre is the first study to assist practitioners and students to develop critical frameworks for planning and implementing their own theatrical projects. The Applied Theatre Reader.

Compiled across five continents, the case studies cover a wide range of disciplines from theatre studies to education, medicine and law. Key issues explored are the balance of artistry and aesthetics, participation, ethics, as well as safety and assessment in theatre.

In addition, the collection gathers together essential readings from many different sources to provide a comprehensive international survey of the field. The participants in this project achieved the latter but rarely the former.

The Applied Theatre Reader

Everyone who has ever done a show knows that combination of intense, creative, joyful work and the explosive high of performance. See if you have enough points for this item. It is a constant rhythm, a dependable display of individuality, a message sent when things can be seen but not heard.

Applied Theatre is the

These papers expose the differences that can exist between collaborators of applied theatre and optimistically declare how projects may flourish in spite of them. Laundry is one of the most hopeful things in the prison yard. For us, it became a canvas, a costume and a political banner and hanging laundry in public became our method of declaring our human rights. Quite often, not only did they not come but when they did, they did not want to do drama. The book encourages students and practitioners to acquire a deeper, more concrete understanding of applied theatre.