Drawing on the experiences and insights of theorists and practitioners from across the world, Learning Through Theatre shows how theater can, and does, promote:
• participatory engagement;
• the use of innovative theatrical form;
• work with young people in a range of educational settings; and
• social and personal change.
Now transatlantically edited by Anthony Jackson and Chris Vine, Learning Through Theatre offers exhilarating new reflections on the book’s original aim: to define, describe and debate the salient features, and wider political context, of one of the most important – and radical – developments in contemporary theater.
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