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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...

Mette Bøe Lyngstad: DREAMCATCHERS: A Narrative Research Project with Substance Abusers and Relatives

In our paper, we will present a narrative research connected to storytelling project with 8 previous substance abusers and their next-of-kind. In 20 days...

A Patchwork for Every Age

Patchwork (Dir. Joanna Evans) is an award-winning Early Years Production, created in 2014 with a seed-funding grant from the European Small Size Network. Centred...
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Speaking with Rhona Matheson – Faces of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019

Rhona Matheson has been working in Children’s Theatre & Arts since 2002 when she joined Wee Stories. She began working with Starcatchers...

Us/Them: Audience Reactions

In 2004, Chechen terrorists held 1,200 people captive in a school in North Ossetia, Russia. By the end of the ordeal 385 people, mostly children,...

Alternative Dramaturgies for Cross-Cultural Productions and Productions which Represent the So-Called ‘Other’

In this talk, Mariken Lauvstad asks key questions for cross- and intercultural theatre production in our globalised world. How aware is the...

Wasim Kurdi: Yearnings of Immigration and Its Agony

Identity formulation through experiencing: “distances by traveling” and “distances by departing” In 1851, the first Palestinian man arrived in Brazil as an asylum seeker following a harsh...

The Perfect Balance with Toomas Tross

"Sometimes it's not the number that's important, or the trick that's important: for the audience, it's...

Panali Panali

Panali Panali, presented by Zambia-based Dinaledi Expressions, combines both storytelling and theatre. “Panali panali” is a Nyanja phrase, roughly equivalent in English to “once upon...

The Willow Pattern Tale

This Production of The Willow Pattern Tale was created by Jill Joubert, Founding Member of the Handspring Puppet Company. In the Performance, Jill uses...

A Wild Day Out with The Dancing Beasts

Mexican Theatre Company, La Liga teatro elástico, collaborated with South African Puppeteers and Actors from both The Mothertongue Project and Handspring Puppet Company. Together with local Young People,...