New Issue of Theatre Topics Available

By
association for theatre in higher education

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Photo Credit: Ken Friedman. A scene from the original version of The Laramie Project
in a 2001 production at the Berkeley Repertory Theater.

Theatre Topics is pleased to announce its July 2016 issue, special issue on Devised/Collective Performance. The issue includes essays:

"How Working Together Works: A Practitioner’s Critical Manifesto of Collective Practice" by Adva Weinstein

"Working from Scratch: the Pedagogic Value of Undergraduate Devising" by Beth Watkins

"Mystery Play: Exploring Students’ Perceptions of Devising" by James McKinnon

"New Thoughts for New Ages and Stages: Teaching Artistic and Educational Responsibility in the Devising Process" by Elizabeth Brendel Horn

"Teatro Travieso and Creación Colectiva: Challenging the ‘Devising’ Paradigm through Intercultural Performance in Lima, Peru" by Jimmy Noriega

"Mad Methodologies and Community Performance: The Asylum Project at Bedlam" by Petra Kuppers, with Stephanie Heit, April Sizemore-Barber, and VK Preston

Featured Notes from the Field:

"Moment Work: An Interview with Tectonic Theater Project" by Lisa S. Brenner with Moisés Kaufman and Barbara Pitts

"An Approach to Auditions for Devised Theatre" by Rich Brown

"On the Case for Devising Theatre for Social Justice on College Campuses" by Joan Lipkin

"Mandatory Reporting and Devising" by Norma Bowles

The issue is rounded out by book reviews

View the journal here.

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