Yao Yao: Audience Reactions

Yao Yao was produced by BRUSH Theatre and was directed by Kiljun Lee, performed by Actors Byungwook Cho and Heeae Lee, with musical contributions by Sangguon Seo. This magical piece of Theatre centres on 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 long journey. He was probably carried by a cargo ship...

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...

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: Hello, I’m Zimkhita Mzimba I’m a Magnet Theatre graduate,...

Carmel O’Sullivan et al: Teaching Artists Working in Inclusive Schools and Educational Settings

There is a long history of artists working in schools dating back to the 1950s, and Rabkin et al. (2011) claim that artists brought ‘a new kind of approach’ and ‘arts pedagogy’ into schools,...
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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) who also co-financed her project “Children becoming Audience in the...

Sarah Woodland: Heterotopias in Performance: Participatory theatre in a women’s prison

Our Ancestors, Our History, Our Lost Culture was a devised performance given by women inside Brisbane Women’s Correctional Centre in 2017. The performance dealt with the forced removal and institutionalization of Indigenous Australian children...

Fiona McDonagh: A teacher’s story of dramatic change

This paper presents a case study derived from a larger phenomenological inquiry into the ‘lived experience’ of teachers cocreating drama in Irish primary classrooms. Co-creating drama depends on the active involvement of the teacher,...

Lwanda Sindaphi Reflects

LS: My name is Lwanda Sindaphi. I’m from Delft. I am artistic director of Lingua Franca Spoken Word Movement. I graduated in Magnet Theatre in 2013. LS: I’ve been doing a lot of things ...

Wendy Mages: Theatre-in-Education, Language, and Perspective Taking in Early Childhood Education

At the nexus of three disciplines— educational theatre and drama, language development, and cognitive development—this mixed-methods study investigates the effect of a preschool theatre-in-education (TIE) program on the perspective-taking and emergent literacy skills of...