Applied or Social Theatre
The form of theatre we use is called Applied or Social Theatre. This form of drama focuses on the process and reflective nature of the interchanging or participatory audience/actor relationship.
A useful example would be Role-Playing a scenario. It offers the participants a platform to engage, change and explore the narrative by becoming part of the play and having the creative, safe space, to explore a range of alternative outcomes. Our focus includes the aspects of:
- Wellbeing - Embedded Literacy - Personal, social, health, and economical studies. - Empathy - Creative Process
- Engagement - Social Awareness - Collaboration - Personal responsibility - Leadership Opportunities
Each course includes materials that enhance and scaffold the learning experience.
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