- M. Finneran (redacteur); M. Anderson (redacteur)
- jaar van uitgave
- Boek verschenen in de serie Landscapes: the Arts, Aesthetics, and Education, volume 27.
- 327 p.
This book contains a collection of essays which together provide a contemporary perspective on theatre and education work that makes innovative connections with audiences and peoples. In all of the countries represented in this collection, there is an acknowledgment that the poorest children and young people in particular have difficulties in accessing the arts both in schools and in their communities. The chapters of this book show how theatre education is finding funding and support to work with those most at risk from an artless development.
A range of theatre practitioners and academics describe their work, its background, and what the authors understand to be successful outcomes for both the participants and the theatres. Finally, the book offers suggestions for both practitioners and researchers regarding further development in this work.
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- theater - cultuureducatie - onderzoek (onderwerp) - onderzoek - onderzoek (vorm) - podiumkunsten - achterstandssituaties - kinderen - jongeren - jongerentheater - community arts - maatschappelijke waarde - maatschappelijke activiteiten - welzijn