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Performing Dialogue is the trading name of Dialogue Community Performance, a Non-Profit Limited by Guarantee Company registered in England & Wales with company number 10676296 (Registered office address: 34 North Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, United Kingdom, TA6 3YD). Performing Dialogue is a a non-profit social enterprise. We aim to support and build the capacity of organisations and individuals worldwide who use Community Performance in their work.

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Rachel Rhoades: Ethnodrama of Intersectionality: Neoliberalism & Youth Resistance in Toronto

The 12 Toronto youth in my ethnodrama study strive to survive neoliberal individualism that distances them from intimate peer connections and from knowledge of...
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Children as Audience and as Co-Researchers

Pernille Welent Sørensen is a PhD student in Performance Design at Roskilde University (Denmark). Since 2010, she's been employed by Teatercentrum (Denmark)...

Dirk J Rodricks: Diasporic Intimacy in/through/with an Applied Theatre Methodology: Tensions and Possibilities for...

The notion of intimacy is connected to home and a diasporic intimacy, according to Boym (1998), is one that is not opposed to uprootedness...

Hayley Linthwaite, Lydia Collins, and Arte Artemiou: Imagine A Day Project

Lydia Collins, and Arte Artemiou navigate three different contexts of the Imagine A Day Project (IADP). The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe...

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:...

Traversing Tectonics: Alternative Pedagogies as Connexions and Conduits to Understanding

Addressing IDIERI 9’s theme of ‘the Tyranny of Distance’, specifically the aesthetics and politics of distance, this panel considers emerging approaches to drama pedagogies as a...

Sounds from Rocking the Cradle

On Thursday 25th May 2017, I visited the Rocking the Cradle festival, hosted by Magnet Theatre as part of ASSITEJ's Cradle of Creativity. In the...

What Would You Like to Transform?

The second Focus Day at the cultural hub of Gugu S’Thembe was on the topic of Theatre for Healing. Facilitators, Educators and Artists alike...

Theatre for Young Audiences and Migration

The Association of Theatre for Children and Young People (ASSITEJ) in France, Italy, and Spain are collaborating on a project that focuses...
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Interviewing Kristian Glomnes – Faces of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019

Kristian Glomnes is Head of Communication and Media at Seanse Centre for Art Production in Norway. He has a BA Degree in...

Nicola Pauling: When Distance Lives next door; using applied theatre to strengthen complex social...

Wellington City’s 5000 social housing tenants live in medium and high-density housing communities. Cultural diversity amongst this population is high, including significant numbers of...

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