Teaching Critical Performance Theory: In Today’s Theatre Classroom, Studio, and Communities

1st Edition

Jeanmarie Higgins

Routledge
April 17, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 272 Pages - 7 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367409302 - CAT# 328425

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Summary

Teaching Critical Performance Theory offers teaching strategies for professors and artist-scholars across performance, design and technology, and theatre studies disciplines.

The book’s seventeen essays collectively ask: What use is theory to an emerging theatre artist or scholar? Which theories should be taught, and to whom? How can theory pedagogies shape and respond to the evolving needs of the Academy, the field, and the community? This broad field of enquiry is divided into four sections covering course design, classroom teaching, the studio space, and applied theatre contexts. Through a range of intriguing case studies that encourage thoughtful theatre practice, this book explores themes surrounding situated learning, dramaturgy and technology, disability and inclusivity, feminist approaches, race and performance, ethics, and critical theory in theatre history.

Written as an invaluable resource for professionals and postgraduates engaged in Performance Theory, this collection of informative essays will also provide critical reading for those interested in Drama and Theatre Studies more broadly.

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