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Carol Carter, Richard Sallis and Warren Nebe: Investigating the role of drama in the...

There have been research contributions identifying the efficacy of drama as a method of teaching and learning and for the creation of dialogical spaces. However, these contributions have not been within the field of...

Warren Linds: Weechi metuwe mitotan Playing Games of Presence with Indigenous Youth in Saskatchewan,...

This paper will explore the integration of theatrical play with a land based focus and how it contributes to supporting holistic wellbeing in Indigenous youth. I focus on ‘Games of Presence’ theatre games often...

Rachael Jacobs, Robyn Ewing, Juliana M. Saxton and Carole Miller: Embracing tyrannies?: Critical moments...

Assessment is often thought to be the enemy of creativity, with its tyrannical hold over teaching and learning, and its friends ‘quality assurance’ and ‘accountability’. Yet in educational spaces, drama assessment must take place....

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 they developed stories of their dreams for the future, to...

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...

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 and defamiliarization but rather is constituted by it. Reflecting on...

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...

The Inspiring Work of Magnet Theatre

In May and June 2017, members of the Dialogue team were lucky enough to spend time with the wonderful Magnet Theatre in Cape Town. Magnet Theatre is an independent South African physical theatre company that...

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...

The Faces of Magnet Theatre

In June 2017, Tegan Arazny and Myrto Papoulia were lucky enough to meet with alumni of Magnet Theatre's Full-Time Training and Job Creation Programme. This is a 2-year programme for “youth who for one reason or another struggle to...