Applied Theatre: Economies

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Applied Theatre: Economies examines applied theatre's relationship to its economic contexts and the ways in which socially committed theatre-makers fund, finance or otherwise resource their work. It features six international case studies that illuminate different ways of resourcing applied theatre. Les mer
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Applied Theatre: Economies examines applied theatre's relationship to its economic contexts and the ways in which socially committed theatre-makers fund, finance or otherwise resource their work. It features six international case studies that illuminate different ways of resourcing applied theatre.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures
Notes on Contributors
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction

Part 1
1 A narrowing sphere: Economization and applied theatre
2 Tangled webs: Applied theatre and the economy
3 The economies of applied theatre
4 Applied theatre and new cultural economies

Part 2
5 Autogestion, conviction, collectivity and Plans A to Z: Colectivo Sustento in continuous resistance
Penelope Glass, Colectivo Sustento, Chile

6 Foundation funding: The pedagogies of applied theatre projects in two Toronto theatres
Anne Wessels, Director of Education, Tarragon Theatre, Canada, and Lois Adamson, Director of Education, Stratford Festival, Canada

7 Waiting on a miracle: The precarious state of the everyday in applied theatre
Peter O'Connor, University of Auckland, NZ, and Briar O'Connor, Managing Director of ATCo, UK

8 A difficult fit: The economic actions of FM Theatre Power in Hong Kong
Molly Mullen, University of Auckland, NZ, and Bonnie Y. Y. Chan, FM Theatre Power, China

9 The Long Tail/Tale: Seven thought-provoking mind-sets to reframe your applied theatre practices
Paul Sutton, Artistic Director of C&T, UK

10 The ROOTS of US applied theatre economies Paul Bonin-Rodriguez, University of Texas, USA

11 The theatre dividend: Reflecting on the value of a theatre and social housing partnership in Bolton (UK)
Ben Dunn, University of Manchester, UK, and Jenny Hughes, University of Manchester, UK

Afterword
Endnotes
Select Bibliography

Om forfatteren

Molly Mullen is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Theatre at the University of Auckland's Faculty of Education and Social Work. She has produced theatre education, youth theatre and community arts projects in the UK and New Zealand.