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Deanna Borland-Sentinella: Navigating the Distance to Desired Futures

Arundhati Roy says “another world is not only possible … on quiet days I can hear her breathing” … but is a distant echo...

‘Animal Farm’ – Audience Reactions

After watching a Performance of Johannesburg, South Africa’s Shakexperience’s adaption of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, directed by Neil Coppen, I asked Schoolchildren and their...

Robin Pascoe and Peter Wright: Promises, Promises, Curriculum Promises: Implementing a national drama curriculum...

The metaphor of a leaky boat has an apt poignancy for researchers following the publication of the Australian Curriculum: The Arts (Drama) and its...

Christine Hatton: Drama as a ‘pedagogy of connection’: crossing epistemological and relational boundaries through...

This paper will explore the use of Heathcote’s rolling role system in a series of drama teaching and research projects which aimed to connect...

Our House – A Photo Essay

Our House is a co-production between Ishyo Arts Centre (Kigali, Rwanda) and Helios Theatre (Hamm, Germany). It was directed by Barbara Kolling and Carole Karemera. Each story...

Zimkhita Mzimba, Sivuyile Dunjwa, Natasha Gana and Tina Hashe

NG: My name is Natasha Gana. I was a trainee, 2014-15. TH: Hello, my name is Tina Hashe and I was a Magnet trainee, 2014-15. ZM:...

Norifumi Hida: Creating next-generation international artists for theatre for young audiences

The International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ) comprises theatre artists from all over the world who, despite the diversity of...
Scene from Maimane!, performed by the Ensemble of Drama For Life Theatre Company and directed by Warren Nebe

The Director’s Inspiration: An Interview

Maimane!, performed by the Drama For Life Theatre Company (dir. Warren Nebe), is an insightful play about the goings-on in a township called Mkhukhuville....

Monica Prendergast and Robyn Shenfield Bouchard: From theatre to performance studies: Collaborating on curriculum...

The implementation of a performance studies curriculum in secondary schools presents opportunities and barriers. Following from a federally-funded curriculum development project--that led to the...

Christine Hatton and Richard Sallis: Provocative dialogues: Shifting perspectives on drama research practice

This panel reflects on an innovative new book Drama Research Methods: Provocations of Practice which sought to challenge current understandings of drama research by...

Faces of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019

At the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019, the Dialogue team were lucky enough to interview some of the delegates. You can find links to...