Planning Process Drama
Routledge – 2001 – 160 pages
Process drama is essentially improvisational and not based on a set script or 'story board'. As such, it plays an important part in creative 'drama-in-education' - yet there are very few books dedicated to making the approach accessible to specialist and non-specialist drama teachers alike. Distilled from their own practice with pre- and in-service teachers in Britain and the Caribbean, the authors; identify the principles of planning process drama; and illustrate them with a wide range of examples from across the age ranges.
This blending of universal principles with international practice will enable readers to plan and implement process drama work within their own curriculum brief.