Contemporary Theatre in Education
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BeschreibungThe Theater in Education (TIE) movement emerged in 1960s Britain as a unique hybrid of performance and child-centered learning. Roger Wooster's "Contemporary Theater in Education" tells the story of the creation of this dramatic form and its adaptation in a rapidly changing political, economic, and educational environment. In addition to interviews with prominent TIE directors and discussions of specific projects, this volume offers a snapshot of all the productions held in Wales during a single month during the summer of 2004. As the distinction between TIE and children's theater becomes even more blurred, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone studying the use of theater in schools. "A most useful, provocative and well-researched theoretical document which I will most certainly have on my essential reading list for students studying theatre in education."--Charmian Savill, University of Aberystwyth
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1: 'Introduction' - Page 1 - Roger Wooster Chapter 2: 'The Origin of the Species: The Genetic Legacy from Drama in Education' - Page 6 - Roger Wooster Chapter 3: 'The Origin of the Species: The Theatrical Legacy and the Theatre and Education Hybrid' - Page 21 - Roger Wooster Chapter 4: 'The Fight for Survival' - Page 30 - Roger Wooster Chapter 5: 'The Welsh Environment' - Page 35 - Roger Wooster Chapter 6: 'Current TIE Provision in Wales: The Survival of the Fittest?' - Page 46 - Roger Wooster Chapter 7: 'Conclusion: Evolution or Mutation?' - Page 63 - Roger Wooster Appendix 1: 'The Companies, the Projects and the Interviewees' - Page 73 - Roger Wooster Appendix 2: 'The Questionnaire' - Page 76 - Roger Wooster Appendix 3: 'The Interviews' - Page 80 - Roger Wooster Appendix 4: 'Summary Tables' - Page 148 - Roger Wooster
PortraitRoger Wooster is Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts, University of Wales Newport. Previously he has taught in Further Education where his students won awards and national recognition for their touring educational theatre work and for their main house productions. Much of the work he undertook with his students is now being used in video format in schools and the voluntary sector. His main areas of interest and expertise include naturalistic and avant-garde acting and directing as well as performance for media, including television and radio, including a national reputation for his work in theatre-in-education.
Pressestimmen"A most useful, provocative and well-researched theoretical document which I will most certainly have on my essential reading list for students studying theatre in education." - Charmian Savill, University of Aberystwyth "The book gives an informed and erudite account of the history and evolution of T.I.E., with particular emphasis on the way in which that has been shaped by the political, social and artistic developments of the past 60 years - In combining his [Wooster] historic research and audit of current practice in Wales, he offers an interconnecting analysis of cause and effect between the various elements influencing the subject." - Bobby Colvill - The Journal for Drama in Education, 24.2 "How this state of affairs has come about and the paradox it has presented to Theatre in Education (T.I.E) companies is at the heart of this very informative book." - Journal of Drama in Education "This book is primarily of relevance to those who works with TIE [Theatre In Education] or drama in schools as a practitioner or a teacher. It is also a useful resource for schools, or colleges where the application of theatre in a school environment is considered." - Interplay Magazine "This book is an excellent and surprisingly stimulating read." - Matthew Trustman, Dramatherapy
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Intellect Books
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2007
Seitenanzahl: 176 Seiten