Wan-Jung Wang: Combating Climate Change and Bridging the Distance Through Community-based Musical Praxes in Philippines and Taiwan

This paper employs two musical productions-‘Rak of Aegis ‘presented by PETA and “If We Still Have Tomorrow’ presented by the Drama Department at National University of Tainan to investigate how they have tackled the local impacts

Distances are created by geographical locations, ideological cultural construction and social classe
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An Applied Theatre Practitioner with experience in international Drama Education, Community Theatre and Theatre for Development, Chris’ ongoing research interests centre around the documentation of Community Performance practice for the purposes of monitoring & evaluation, advocacy and training. Recent projects include facilitating participatory documentation of Community Circus, Dance, Theatre and Storytelling practice in Ethiopia, South Africa and Zambia, documenting large conferences around the world, as well as conducting Impact Assessment studies for organisations in the UK and USA. His other work includes Arts-based Curriculum Development consultancy, as well as authoring other Evaluative Research projects.