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Audience Participation Theatre for Young People

Audience Participation Theatre for Young People

Brian Way

ISBN: 9780874400007

"Rich in detail... the text we've been waiting for," says Dr. Nellie McCaslin on this manual which is rapidly becoming a classic in the field. A staple in the library of everyone who works with children in the theatre, this book is a synthesis of Mr. Way's experience over the years...

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"Rich in detail.. . the text we've been waiting for," says Dr. Nellie McCaslin on this manual which is rapidly becoming a classic in the field. A staple in the library of everyone who works with children in the theatre, this book is a synthesis of Mr. Way's experience over the years as one of the foremost writers in children's theatre. Practical approaches to audience participation, one of the most rewarding and stimulating forms of theatre for young people, in open stage, arena, and proscenium theatres.
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Brian Way

Brian Way (1923 – 2006), a British teacher, director, and writer, is credited with originating educational theater for children. He and Margaret Faulkes, in founding the Theatre Center in London, introduced the concept of informal theatrical performances in school, and the expansion of arts education. In his lifetime he wrote over 50 plays, including Pinocchio, The Mirrorman, and Sleeping Beauty, ... view full profile

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