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Tegan Arazny (Facilitator & Documenter)

Tegan Arazny (Facilitator & Documenter)
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Tegan is a strong advocate for the development of Theatre and the Arts in community settings and has been involved with numerous Applied Theatre programmes throughout her professional training and experience. Tegan graduated with a Master of Arts with Distinction in Applied Theatre from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. She has professional experience in Community Performance that engages young people in contemporary social issues. Tegan has also collaborated and performed with award-winning theatre company PuppetSoup to deliver puppetry workshops and tour their new bilingual show, ‘Arthur the Bear King’, to rural and socially deprived areas of Wales. Tegan is currently working with The Blue Datto Foundation as a Project Coordinator to expand and develop their interactive road safety education program to young people and communities throughout New South Wales, Australia.

Simon Dennan: Babylon by Boal

Bob Marley visited the Pacific in 1979 with the Babylon by Bus tour. His influence, through his music, is still felt throughout Oceania as local musicians and audiences have adopted Reggae as an Oceanian...

Claire French: Towards translingual praxis: departures from monolingual facilitation

This paper presents interdisciplinary research that draws from discourse in sociolinguistics to problematise uncritical language-based paradigms inherited by facilitators of applied performance praxis, focusing on the monolingual orientation. I use recent multilingual South African...

Patrick Pheasant: Looking for Gold: International Students’ Aesthetic Experience in Language Education and Process...

Based on current research conducted at an Australian University English Language Centre, this paper explores parallels between a process drama in 2012 with international students studying in Australia and immigrants in London in 1850...

Exploring Techniques and Practices from the IDIERI 9 Workshops (Part 3)

Delegates at the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to an abundance of exciting and engaging practical workshops during the 7-day event. To give you a flavour of what was on offer, the Dialogue team...

Exploring Techniques and Practices from the IDIERI 9 Workshops (Part 5)

Delegates at the 9th International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to an abundance of exciting and engaging practical workshops during the 7-day event. To give you a flavour of what was on offer, the Dialogue team...

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 their backgrounds, experiences and artistic investments, share a belief that...

Diversity of Practice at IDIERI 9

One of the great privileges of documenting conferences such as the International Drama in Education Research Institute is being able to partake in diverse practical workshop sessions. On Day 2 of the 7-day event,...

Heads Held High – A Podcast

On Tuesday 3rd July 2018, delegates of the International Drama in Education Research Institute were treated to a performance of Heads Held High, a production by Black Friars that brought together 60 young leaders from 9 South Auckland schools...

Elinor Vettraino: Navigating the self: a journey through the process of researching embodied reflexivity...

In moments of transition, stories are often told and enacted in order to enable smooth passage between experiences (Gersie, 1997). Metaphorical or analogical bootstrapping occurs as we seek to link one unknown or unfamiliar...

Linda Hassall: Politics of Distance: Psychological Landscapes. Contemporary Identity in Australian Gothic Drama

The politics of distance has informed the psychological landscape of Australian cultural identity since settlement and colonisation. Australian Gothic drama explores the psychology of distance through socio cultural themes associated with identity, race and...