Applied Theatre Researcher Back Issues 2000-2011

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 1, 2000

Editorial.  

Article 1. 'Applied theatre: Problems and possibilities', by Judith Ackroyd.

Article 2. 'Applied theatre and the power play: An international Vewpoint', by Bjørn Rasmussen.

Article 3. '"Formwork": A Case Study of a Research Process', by David Wright. 

Article 4. 'Down the Yellow Brick Road', by Peter O'Connor.  

Article 5. 'An informal conversation with Maxienne Greene: The power of aesthetic Partnerships', by Philip Taylor. 

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 2, 2001

Editorial.

Article 1. 'A scenario', by Tarquam McKenna. 

Article 2. '"Finding one's way through a radical critical pedagogy"', by Lorenzo Garcia. 

Article 3. 'Women and drama: Transforming the double refranctiona of the fictional and the fictionala real', by Beryl Chalk. 

Article 4. 'Tabula Rose: Starting afresh with classroom drama', by Kathleen Gallagher. 

Article 5. 'Making a break for it: Discourse and theatre in prisons', by James Thompson. 

Article 6. 'The arts: Making sense, making meaning of ourselves', by Felicity Haynes.  

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 3, 2002

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Cycles of Harmony: Action Research into Effects of Drama on Conflict Management in Schools', by John O'Toole and Bruce Burton. 

Article 2. 'Voice, Vernacular and Vervein "Troy's House"', by Roslyn Arnold. 

Article 3. 'The Challange of Teaching "In Role"', by Julia Balaisis. 

Article 4. 'Reflection of Drama in Nursing Education in Sweden', by Margret Lepp.  

Article 5. 'Performed Ethnography for Representing Other People's Children in Critical Educational Research', by Tara Goldstein. 

Article 6. 'Afterthought: Evaluating Applied Theatre', by Philip Taylor. 

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 4, 2002

Editorial.

Article 1. 'Didáctica Escénica: en busca de una estética para la educación Scenic Didactics: in search of an educative aesthetic', by Elsa Yliana Iruega Peña and Mario Cantú Toscano.

Article 2. 'Creating opportunities for aesthetic engagement: Reflections from a drama classroom', by Penny Bundy. 

Article 3. 'Christmas tradition and performance rituals: a look at Christmas celebrations in a Nordic context', by Stig A. Eriksson. 

Article 4. 'Theories of the stage, social projects and drama pedgogies', by Katleen Gallagher.

Article 5. 'Des voies de la analyse dramaturgique a la a cole/ Ways to analyse dramatic texts in schools', by Maria Virgãlio Cambraia Lopes.

Article 6. 'Audience activating techniques and their educational efficacy', by Edyta Lorek-Jezinska. 

Article 7. 'The importance of narrative to drama education in primary school' by Tiina Moore. 

Article 8. 'Applied theatre taught and caught: a program review', by Tony Millett.

Article 9. 'Multiculturalism and the politics of nation building in recent Cameroon Anglophone theatre', by Tiku Takem.

Article 10. 'More than words - a passionate vision: building ultural and communication competence through drama/theatre', by Rosemary Blight.

Article 11. 'A look at the aesthetic and educational qualities of video and drama', by Isabelle Kim.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 5, 2004

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'We Like Good Disco!"The Public Sphere of Children" and Its Implications for Practice' by Nora Roozemond and Karola Wenzel. 

Article 2. 'Getting the message: measuring audience response to theatre for development', by Ian Gaskell and Robin Taylor. 

Article 3. 'A la frontiere du theatre et des arts visuels: la performance comme pratique indisciplinee', by Francine Chaîné.

Article 4. 'La langue et le texte: l'heritage du futur', by Michel Azama. 

Article 5. 'The best laid schemes o' mice and men: exploring the interplay between context, role and frame in process drama', by Pamela Bowell and Brian Heap.

Article 6, 'Ethical issues in drama/theatre education research and practice', by Laura A. MacCammon.

Article 7. 'Ethical tensions in drama teachers' behaviour', by Shifra Schonmann. 

Article 8. 'Seen and heard: using playback theatre to explore spirituality for people with intellectual disability', by Rea Dennis.

Article 9. 'Drama and philosophy: language, thinking and laughing out loud', by Laura D'Olimpio. 

  

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 6, 2005

Editorial.

Article 1. 'Educational and critial dimensions in Turkish shadow theatre', by Mehmet Takkaç and A. Kerim Dinç. 

Article 2. 'The unprivileged woman as the victim of global exploitation: a study of the performance of Séverin Cécil Abega' s Le Sein t'est Pris', by Anne Tanyi-Tang. 

Article 3. 'Framing the aesthetic response to a community theatre project', by Beatriz Angela Vieira Cabral and Dan Olsen. 

Article 4. 'Conscientising cultural performance: theatre-making amongst event-specific popular audiences', by Gerad Boland.

Article 5. 'Community theatre in a South samic community: The challenges of working with theatre in small communities', by Tordis Lanvik.

Article 6. 'Meeting myself for the first time while on stage: learning that emerged within a community popular theatre project', by Steve Noble. 

Article 7. 'Looking for Shakespeare: Anatomy of a theatre outreach project', by Alistair Martin-Smith and Shifra Schonmann.

Article 8. 'De l'autre côté du miroir: une expérience d'art dramatique avec les enfants de cinq ans/ Through the looking glass: an experience of drama with five-year-old children', by Francine Chaîné. 

Article 9. 'The theatre of mind: a true story of Chinese children learning english through readers' theatre' by Chang Wen-Lung. 

Article 10. 'Reflecting on the body in drama education' by David Wright. 

Article 11. 'Playing the game, role distance and digital performance' by John Carroll and David Cameron.

Article 12. 'Asking the right questions: accessing children's experience of aesthetic engagement' by Penny Bundy. 

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 7, 2006

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Conversations with the Devil', by Tim Prentki.

Article 2. 'Walking in both worlds: snuff puppets at Barak Indigenous College', by Kate Donelan and Angela O'Brien.

Article 3. 'Navigating the ethics of audience participation', by Gareth White.

Article 4. 'Drama, school and social change: theoretical approaches to learning in history and culture', by Anton Franks.

Article 5. 'Inside the circle: the spatial dynamics of contemporary street performance in Australia', by Joanna Clyne. 

Article 6. 'Shakespeare in Nicaragua', by Els Van Poppel.

Article 7. 'Performing among shadows and screens: reflections on teaching aesthetics and theatre in Southeast Asia', by Charlene Rajendran.

Article 8. 'The imagination at work within the dramatic play of pre-adolescent girls', by Julie Dunn.

Article 9. 'Writing effective characterisation to facilitate young people's performance and their understanding of wider social issues with particular reference to The Landing', by Sarah Jane Dickenson.

Article 10. 'Cyberdrama and potential for youth engagement', by Sue Davis.

Article 11. 'The art and technology writing workshop: theatre arts and technology in an out-of-school setting', by J. David Betts.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 8, 2007

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Applied theatre: an exclusionary discourse', by Judith Ackroyd.  

Article 2. 'War narratives', by Tony Vinson and Desmond McDonnell.

Article 3. 'The everyday becomes extraordinary: conversations about family violence, through applied theatre', by Peter O'Connor, Chris Holland and Briar O'Connor. 

Article 4. 'Theatre for positive youth development: a development model for collaborative play-creating', by David Beare and George Belliveau.

Article 5. 'Converging worlds: forstering co-facilitation and relationships for health promotion through drama at the Grassroots', by Christine Sinclair and Andrea Grindrod.

Article 6. 'Visiting creativity country: a policy-maker's travel guide', by Ainslie Yardley and John Bailey.

Article 7. 'Though this be madness ... ? The Boal method of theatre and therapy', by Paul Dwyer.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 9, 2008

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Bridging the devide: regional performing arts centres and non-theatregoers introduced', by Rebecca Scollen.

Article 2. 'Factors constraining teacher choices of material for high school actors: a personal reminiscene', by Debra McLauchlan. 

Article 3, 'Devising orginal entertainments for popular audiences: "New lamps for old!"', by Gerard Boland.

Article 4. 'On the margins of orthodox and applied theatre: memory, expiation and healing in Bole Butake's play Family Saga', by Christopher J. Odhiambo and Naomi Nkealah.

Article 5. 'Evaluating the efficacy of community theatre interventions in/as performance; a South African case study', by Kennedy C. Chinyowa.

Article 6, 'Forum theatre's positive impact on self-esteem in conflict', by Rikke Gürgens Gjærum and Gro Hilde Ramsdal.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 10, 2009

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Spectacular violence and the Kachahari theate of Sindhuli Nepal', by Alberto Guevara.  

Article 2. 'Power in the hands: the outcomes of the Acting Agasint Bullying research project', Bruce Burton and John O'Toole.

Article 3. 'The difficult return: contexts and developments in drama-based work with returned military personnel', by Michael Balfour. 

Article 4. 'Theatrical reflections of health: physically impacting health-based research', by Julia Gray.

Article 5. 'Beyond the dance of life', by  Anna-Lena Østern.

Article 6. 'Creating the simulated patient through dialogue: an approach based on Bakhtin's dialogical thinking', Torild Jacobsen, Målfrid Råheim and Bjørn Rasmunssen.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 11, 2010

Editorial.

Article 1. 'Life drama in Papua New Guinea: contextualising practice', by Andrea Baldwin.

Article 2. 'Process dramma and additonal language teaching: reflections on the Dante Alighieri immersion weekends', by Erika C. Piazzoli. 

Article 3. 'Social and academic benefits of after-school theatre programming in low-income adolescents', by Hallie Greenberg. 

Article 4. 'Audience participation, aesthetics distance and change: reflections on Fifty Square Feet, a theatre-in-education programme on urban poverty', by Chan Yuk-Ian Phoebe. 

Article 5. 'Dancing Diseases: an applied theatre response to the challenge of conveying emotionally contradictory messages in HIV education', by Andrea Baldwin. 

Article 6. 'Teaching and live performance: applied theatre in universities and schools', by John Jacobs.

 

APPLIED THEATRE RESEARCHER ISSN 1443-1726 Number 12, 2011

Editorial. 

Article 1. 'Mythological translations: drama, poetry and the language of myth', by Dave Kelman and Jane Rafe.

Article 2. 'Performing orphanage experience: applied theatre Practice in a refugee camp in Jordan', by Fayad Skeiker.

Article 3. 'Devising in the Rhizome: the "Sensational" body in drama education and research', by Mia Perry.

Article 4, 'The pattern that connects: drama as a vehicle for ecological understanding', by David Wright 

Article 5. 'Learning through drama in the field of global nursing', by Margret Lepp, Jehad O Halabi, Maysoon S. Abdalrahim, Sepideh Olausson and Björn-Ove Suserud.

Article 6. 'Does the "Shakespeare" in Shakespeare in the Park matter? An Investigation of attendances at and attitudes to the University of Southern Queensland Shakespear in the Park Festival' by Rebecca Scollen.

Article 7. 'Teacher as actor: future English teachers’ training in the natural approach using drama', by Jack Shu.

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