How Theatre Educates : Convergences and Counterpoints with Artists, Scholars, and Advocates (Heritage)

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How Theatre Educates : Convergences and Counterpoints with Artists, Scholars, and Advocates (Heritage)

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  • University of Toronto Press(2003/06発売)
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Canada boasts a remarkable number of talented theatre artists, scholars, and educators. How Theatre Educates brings together essays and other contributions from members of these diverse communities to advocate for a broader and more inclusive understanding of theatre as an educative force. Organized to reflect the variety of contexts in which professionals are making, researching, and teaching drama, this anthology presents a wide range of articles, essays, reminiscences, songs, poems, plays, and interviews to elucidate the relationship between theatre practice and pedagogy, and to highlight the overriding theme: namely, that keeping 'education' - with its curriculum components of dramatic literature and theatre studies in formal school settings - separate from 'theatre' outside of the classroom, greatly diminishes both enterprises. In this volume, award-winning playwrights, directors, actors, and scholars reflect on the many ways in which those working in theatre studios, school classrooms, and on stages throughout the country are engaged in teaching and learning processes that are particular to the arts and especially genres of theatre.
Situating theatre practitioners as actors in a larger socio-cultural enterprise, How Theatre Educates is a fascinating and lively inquiry into pedagogy and practice that will be relevant to teachers and students of drama, educators, artists working in theatre, and the theatre-going public. Contributors* Maja Ardal* David Booth* Patricia Cano* Diane Flacks* Kathleen Gallagher* John Gilbert* Sky Gilbert* Jim Giles* Linda Griffiths* Tomson Highway* Janice Hladki* Cornelia Hoogland* Ann-Marie MacDonald* Lori McDougall* John Murrell* Domenico Pietropaolo* Walter Pitman* Richard Rose* Jason Sherman* Lynn Slotkin* Larry Swartz* Judith Thompson* Guillermo Verdecchia* Belarie Zatzman*

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
I. Introduction
Emergent Conceptions in Theatre Pedagogy and 3 (11)
Production
KATHLEEN GALLAGHER
Towards an Understanding of Theatre for 14 (11)
Education
DAVID BOOTH
II. Theatre, the Arts, Pedagogy, and Performance
'I Will Tear You to Pieces': The Classroom as 25 (10)
Theatre
JUDITH THOMPSON
The Monologue Project: Drama as a Form of 35 (21)
Witnessing
BELARIE ZATZMAN
The Professional Theatre and the Teaching of 56 (11)
Drama in Ontario Universities
DOMENICO PIETROPAOLO
National Symposium on Arts Education: Opening 67 (22)
Address
JOHN MURRELL
III. Critical Voices
The Poetics: A Play 89 (11)
JASON SHERMAN
Confessions of a Theatre Addict 100(6)
LYNN SLOTKIN
Inside Out: Notes on Theatre in a Tenderized, 106(8)
Tranquilized, 'Mediatized' Society
JOHN GILBERT
Improvisation and Risk: A Dialogue with Linda 114(19)
Griffiths
LINDA GRIFFITHS AND KATHLEEN GALLAGHER
IV. Culture, Community, and Theatre Practices
Seven Things about Cahoots Theatre Projects 133(11)
GUILLERMO VERDECCHIA
Negotiating Drama Practices: Struggles in 144(18)
Racialized Relations of Theatre Production
and Theatre Research
JANICE HLADKI
Drama through the Eyes of Faith 162(11)
WALTER PITMAN
As the World Turns: The Changing Role of 173(9)
Popular Drama in International Development
Education
LORI MCDOUGALL
The Other Side of Alternative Theatre: An 182(7)
Interview with Sky Gilbert
SKY GILBERT AND JIM GILES
V. Theatre for and with Young Audiences
Theatre for Young Audiences and Grown-up 189(9)
Theatre: Two Solitudes
MAJA ARDAL
Theatre for Young People: Does It Matter? 198(9)
LARRY SWARTZ
The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane 207(4)
Mosquito: Lyrics to 'Patty Cake'
TOMSON HIGHWAY, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY
PATRICIA CANO
The Land inside Coyote: Reconceptualizing 211(20)
Human Relationships to Place through Drama
CORNELIA HOOGLAND
VI. Creative Processes, Audience, and Form
The Significance of Theatre: A Commencement 231(8)
Address
RICHARD ROSE
Education through Empathy: Using Laughter as 239(8)
a Way In
DIANE FLACKS
Intellectual Passions, Feminist Commitments, 247(22)
and Divine Comedies: A Dialogue with
Ann-Marie MacDonald
ANN-MARIE MACDONALD AND KATHLEEN GALLAGHER
Contributors 269(6)
References 275