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...
video

Nina Helene Jakobia Skogli: Against All Odds by Fix & Foxy – Confronting the...

A Paper by Nina Helene Jakobia Skogli University of Agder (Norway)Presented at the Conference of the International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network (ITYARN), part of the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019...

The Next Generation Programme at the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019

The participants of the ASSITEJ Next Generation Programme welcomed delegates to their workshop space on the penultimate day of the Artistic Gathering in Kristiansand to witness and engage with a collaborative process...

Luvo Tamba’s Experience at Magnet Theatre

LT: My name is Luvo and my surname is Tamba. I’m also coming from a township, a place called Philippi, Browns Farm I’m one of the first students graduated Magnet Theatre...

Dorothy Morrissey: Dramatic performance as pedagogy in initial teacher education

This paper focuses on the use of dramatic performance as pedagogy in an elective module in drama education, located in the final semester of a four-year initial teacher education programme in Ireland. The paper...

Alexandra Lodge: Script-Down Script Development: Deaf Gain and Physical Dramaturgy in Aotearoa

This paper will discuss the development of my creative practice of Takitoru Dramaturgy. The practice originated in my doctoral research: the development of a trilingual play script for Te Reo Māori, New Zealand Sign...
video

Eivind Haugland & Louis Valente Discuss Theatre for Young Audiences – Faces of the ASSITEJ...

Eivind Haugland is a Dramaturg, Essayist, and Translator currently working at the Badisches Staatstheater in Karlsruhe. He holds a Master Degree in Drama and Theatre from NTNU in Trondheim and a Master’s...

Ernie Nolan: A Sense of Place

Ernie Nolan, the facilitator of the A Sense of Place playwriting workshop, hands the participants a map of Cape Town and tells them to go out into the city and to take photographs of anything they...

A Braai at Magnet Theatre

Magnet Theatre's Full-Time Training and Job Creation Programme is a 2-year programme for “youth who for one reason or another struggle to be absorbed into the training at the University”. The programme aims “to bridge the divide...

Wendy Lathrop Meyer, Kristin Runde and Øystein Vestre: Communication within a cultural sensitive perspective...

‘When Tragedy embraces the Farce’ ‘See me – a double glance’ 'A journey through time and space – storytelling as a meeting between cultures' Meyer aims to show how “The Gogol Project”, involving both Tanzanian and Norwegian...