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Drama for change? Prove it! Impact assessment in applied theatre
The purpose of this special issue is to raise some critical questions about measuring the impact of applied drama and theatre. The editors have attempted to bring together case studies and essaysExpand
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Must the show go on? The case for Theatre for Development.
  • T. Prentki
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Development in practice
  • 1 November 1998
This article discusses the reasons for use and nonuse of folk theater for communicating development messages. Theater for Development (TFD) is a tool used by development agencies for improving theExpand
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Save the Children?--Change the World
This article uses two examples of fieldwork on the Indian sub-continent on which to base a model for a participatory practice in Theatre for Development. After offering a brief contextualisation ofExpand
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The Fool in European Theatre: Stages of Folly
Fooling with Gods and Men Fooling with Carnival and Lent Fooling with Falstaff Fooling with Love Fooling with Royalty Fooling with Reason Fooling with Intervention Fooling with Revolution FoolingExpand
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The Applied Theatre Reader
Prologue: Mistero Buffo by Dario Fo Part 1 Applied Theatre: An Introduction by Tim Prentki and Sheila Preston Part 2: Poetics of Representation Introduction to Poetics by Tim Prentki Rabelais and hisExpand
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Jokers – no laughing matter
Despite the explosion of interest and proliferation of courses, projects and workshops in applied theatre over the last 20 years, there has been surprisingly little analysis of the form and functionExpand
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