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The routledge companion to applied performance Volume two Brazil, West Africa, South and South East Asia, United Kingdom, and the Arab World / edited by Tim Prentki, Ananda Breed.

Medverkande: Prentki, Tim [edt] | Breed, Ananda [edt]
Language: English Serie: Routledge companions: Publisher: Abingdon : Routledge, 2021Beskrivning: xxv, 444 sidor illustrationerInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780367134433; 9780367546106Ämne(n): Teater | Teater och samhälle | Pedagogiskt drama | Scenisk konst | Tillämpad teaterDDK-klassifikation: 371.399 SAB-klassifikation: Eaby | Ika
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Introduction to Volume two -- PART I. Brazil. Introduction to Brazil and West Africa / Marina Henriques and Taiwo Afolabi -- 1. Pombas Urbanas : Sowing wings in a banished city / Adailtom Alves Teixeira and Alexandre Falcão de Araújo -- 2. Interview with the Canto da Lagoa Community Theatre Group / Marcia Pompeo Nogueira -- 3. Theatre crossed by the territory in the work of Grupo Código / Jorge Braga Jr. -- 4. On fantastical journeys, who would save the adolescents from Maré? / Marina Henriques -- 5. Every patrol car has a little of the slave ship : The emergency of the listening place / Altemar Di Monteiro -- 6. The memory of the Contestado War in the musical theatre of youth from rural settlements in the south of Brazil / Elaine Cristina da Silva and Tereza Mara Franzoni -- 7. Paraíso do Tuiuti : “I am not a slave of no master” : The carnival of 2018 stars in the political debate about the 2016 coup in Brazil / Fátima Costa de Lima -- 8. The power of subtle learning: Directions and achievements of the Heliópolis Theatre Company / Maria Fernanda Vomero -- PART II. West Africa. 9. Functional arts : Theatre praxis in Burkina Faso / Taiwo Afolabi -- 10. Conversation : A folktale-based community play as a model for stimulating community development / Isi Agboaye -- 11. Geographies of conflict : Resolving farmer-herdsmen conflict through street theatre / Alex C. Asigbo and Tochukwu J. Okeke -- 12. Politics of/and performance spaces in the Theatre of Social Action : Two decades of Segun Adefila’s Crown Troupe of Africa / Tunji Azeez -- 13. Applied performances in Burkina Faso : Methodological and topographical overview and challenges / Annette Bühler-Dietrich -- 14. The Anglophone problem in Cameroon : Participatory theatre and video construal / Tume Fondzeyuf K. / PART III. South Asia. Introduction to Part III : Framing the South Asian Discourse / Syed Jamil Ahmed -- 15. Queer performativities in contemporary Pakistan : A genealogical approach / Fawzia Afzal-Khan -- 16. Of stones, songs, and freedom : Languages of resistance in Kashmir / Tanveer Ajsi -- 17. Curfews of thought / Ruwanthie de Chickera -- 18. Towards a pedagogic analysis of dance and movement therapy / Urmimala Sarkar Munsi -- 19. Street theatre in Afghanistan : A roundtable / Sadeq Naseri (chair) -- 20. A conversation : The Third Tune (Teesri Dhun) /Claire Pamment, Iram Sana, Naghma Gogi, Neeli Rana, Jannat Ali, Anaya Sheikh, Lucky Khan, and Sunniya Abbasi -- 21. Shat Bhai Chompa : A sociodrama in an urban slum of Dhaka City / Ashfique Rizwan, Rukhshan Fahmi, Tanzir Ahmed Tushar, Abdul Jabbar, Arifur Rahman Apu, A. S. M. Easir Arafat, Atonu Rabbani, and Malabika Sarker -- 22. Storytelling through Playback Theatre : Building a collective consciousness to promote social cohesion in Nepal / Nar Bahadur Saud -- 23. Transforming trauma in post-conflict settings : Ethnographic evidence from a social circus project in Afghanistan / Annika Schmeding -- 24. Short essays -- PART IV. The Arab World. 25. Empowerment, capacity building, and freedom : Expression of women through theater /Marina Barham and Amira Barham -- 26. Street theater in Tunisia : Fanni Raghman Anni (case study) / Seif Eddine Jlassi -- PART V. The United Kingdom. Introduction to Part V : Performances of Age (UK) / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- 27 Six Songs for Paul : How The Lawnmowers Independent Theatre Company transform experience into expertise / Ali Campbell -- 28. ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love’ : Staging relational care with Lois Weaver and Split Britches / Jen Harvie -- 29. Welcome to The Posh Club : How high status and low stakes can help build better worlds for marginalized people / Ben Walters -- 30. In the company of others : Entelechy Arts, co-creating with older people / Sue Mayo -- 31. Magic Me : Interview with Chuck Blue Lowry, Kate Hodson, Susan Langford, Sue Mayo and Julian West / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- 32. Having dementia shouldn’t exclude you from cultural experiences : An interview with Nicky Taylor, theatre and dementia research associate, Leeds Playhouse / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- PART VI. South East Asia. Introduction to Part VI : South East Asia and China : performances of age / June Wee -- 33. Putting dialogue in context : Negotiating contextual influence in applying dialogue theatre / Richard Barber and Pongjit Saphakhun -- 34. Crisis of representation of Afghan culture : an anlysis of Kaikavus and Heartbeat : Silence after the Explosion / Edmund Chow -- 35. Glowing with age / Peggy Ferroa -- 36. Contemporary issues and challenges in applying performance : The case of theatre in education in Hong Kong / Muriel Yuen-Fun Law -- 37. Deceptive simplicity / Michelle Ngu -- 38. Rethinking the research on Both Sides, Now : An arts-based community engagement project on end-of-life in Singapore / Charlene Rajendran and Prue Wales -- 39. Performances of ‘what if ’ and ‘as if ’ : Exploring plausible futures through imaginal and vicarious experiences in playbuilding / Jennifer Wong.
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Introduction to Volume two -- PART I. Brazil. Introduction to Brazil and West Africa / Marina Henriques and Taiwo Afolabi -- 1. Pombas Urbanas : Sowing wings in a banished city / Adailtom Alves Teixeira and Alexandre Falcão de Araújo -- 2. Interview with the Canto da Lagoa Community Theatre Group / Marcia Pompeo Nogueira -- 3. Theatre crossed by the territory in the work of Grupo Código / Jorge Braga Jr. -- 4. On fantastical journeys, who would save the adolescents from Maré? / Marina Henriques -- 5. Every patrol car has a little of the slave ship : The emergency of the listening place / Altemar Di Monteiro -- 6. The memory of the Contestado War in the musical theatre of youth from rural settlements in the south of Brazil / Elaine Cristina da Silva and Tereza Mara Franzoni -- 7. Paraíso do Tuiuti : “I am not a slave of no master” : The carnival of 2018 stars in the political debate about the 2016 coup in Brazil / Fátima Costa de Lima -- 8. The power of subtle learning: Directions and achievements of the Heliópolis Theatre Company / Maria Fernanda Vomero -- PART II. West Africa. 9. Functional arts : Theatre praxis in Burkina Faso / Taiwo Afolabi -- 10. Conversation : A folktale-based community play as a model for stimulating community development / Isi Agboaye -- 11. Geographies of conflict : Resolving farmer-herdsmen conflict through street theatre / Alex C. Asigbo and Tochukwu J. Okeke -- 12. Politics of/and performance spaces in the Theatre of Social Action : Two decades of Segun Adefila’s Crown Troupe of Africa / Tunji Azeez -- 13. Applied performances in Burkina Faso : Methodological and topographical overview and challenges / Annette Bühler-Dietrich -- 14. The Anglophone problem in Cameroon : Participatory theatre and video construal / Tume Fondzeyuf K. / PART III. South Asia. Introduction to Part III : Framing the South Asian Discourse / Syed Jamil Ahmed -- 15. Queer performativities in contemporary Pakistan : A genealogical approach / Fawzia Afzal-Khan -- 16. Of stones, songs, and freedom : Languages of resistance in Kashmir / Tanveer Ajsi -- 17. Curfews of thought / Ruwanthie de Chickera -- 18. Towards a pedagogic analysis of dance and movement therapy / Urmimala Sarkar Munsi -- 19. Street theatre in Afghanistan : A roundtable / Sadeq Naseri (chair) -- 20. A conversation : The Third Tune (Teesri Dhun) /Claire Pamment, Iram Sana, Naghma Gogi, Neeli Rana, Jannat Ali, Anaya Sheikh, Lucky Khan, and Sunniya Abbasi -- 21. Shat Bhai Chompa : A sociodrama in an urban slum of Dhaka City / Ashfique Rizwan, Rukhshan Fahmi, Tanzir Ahmed Tushar, Abdul Jabbar, Arifur Rahman Apu, A. S. M. Easir Arafat, Atonu Rabbani, and Malabika Sarker -- 22. Storytelling through Playback Theatre : Building a collective consciousness to promote social cohesion in Nepal / Nar Bahadur Saud -- 23. Transforming trauma in post-conflict settings : Ethnographic evidence from a social circus project in Afghanistan / Annika Schmeding -- 24. Short essays -- PART IV. The Arab World. 25. Empowerment, capacity building, and freedom : Expression of women through theater /Marina Barham and Amira Barham -- 26. Street theater in Tunisia : Fanni Raghman Anni (case study) / Seif Eddine Jlassi -- PART V. The United Kingdom. Introduction to Part V : Performances of Age (UK) / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- 27 Six Songs for Paul : How The Lawnmowers Independent Theatre Company transform experience into expertise / Ali Campbell -- 28. ‘How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love’ : Staging relational care with Lois Weaver and Split Britches / Jen Harvie -- 29. Welcome to The Posh Club : How high status and low stakes can help build better worlds for marginalized people / Ben Walters -- 30. In the company of others : Entelechy Arts, co-creating with older people / Sue Mayo -- 31. Magic Me : Interview with Chuck Blue Lowry, Kate Hodson, Susan Langford, Sue Mayo and Julian West / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- 32. Having dementia shouldn’t exclude you from cultural experiences : An interview with Nicky Taylor, theatre and dementia research associate, Leeds Playhouse / Caoimhe McAvinchey -- PART VI. South East Asia. Introduction to Part VI : South East Asia and China : performances of age / June Wee -- 33. Putting dialogue in context : Negotiating contextual influence in applying dialogue theatre / Richard Barber and Pongjit Saphakhun -- 34. Crisis of representation of Afghan culture : an anlysis of Kaikavus and Heartbeat : Silence after the Explosion / Edmund Chow -- 35. Glowing with age / Peggy Ferroa -- 36. Contemporary issues and challenges in applying performance : The case of theatre in education in Hong Kong / Muriel Yuen-Fun Law -- 37. Deceptive simplicity / Michelle Ngu -- 38. Rethinking the research on Both Sides, Now : An arts-based community engagement project on end-of-life in Singapore / Charlene Rajendran and Prue Wales -- 39. Performances of ‘what if ’ and ‘as if ’ : Exploring plausible futures through imaginal and vicarious experiences in playbuilding / Jennifer Wong.

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