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Acting -- Study and teaching

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Developing an acting workshop for senior citizens, 2016

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Identifier: te_2016spring_kelleher_shiela.pdf
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Examines a five-day acting workshop developed for senior citizens. Discussion includes the planning and implementation of the program, the observed results, as well as responses of the participants. --Abstract.

Dates: 2016

Education as the practice of freedom : building relationships between campus and community, 2016

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Identifier: te_2016fall_heath_leann.pdf
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"My project explores how a college course has the potential to help to build relationships between a campus and the community in which it is located. Using an autoethnographic style of writing influenced by bell hooks, I explore the intersections of theatre, education, and community development...I discuss how...students as a diverse group of people can affect change by making their voices stronger using Theatre of the Oppressed." --Abstract.

Dates: 2016

Integrating Emotional Intelligence into the College Acting Curricula, 2021

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Identifier: te_2021spring_neely_janet.pdf
Overview "Emotional Intelligence (EI) training can be used in the college acting classroom to add depth to learning and provide a concrete vehicle for faculty to address emotions. Along with movement and voice, EI education will create a strong foundation and give acting students the skills they need to hone their craft. This paper will provide support for integrating EI into the college acting curricula and reflections on the implementation of an EI unit into several acting courses. Anecdotal and...
Dates: 2021

Theatre of the oppressed pedagogy in antiracism education with white adolescents, 2016

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Identifier: te_2016summer_bachman_lynda.pdf
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"This study aims to examine and describe the experience of educators using Theatre of the Oppressed as a pedagogical methodology in antiracism education with white adolescents. The focus of this study was to understand both how educators use and adapt Theatre of the Oppressed to teach antiracism curricula to white adolescents, and what educators experience using Theatre of the Oppressed to teach antiracism curricula to white adolescents." --Abstract.

Dates: 2016

With glittering eyes : a director's process, 2016

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Identifier: te_2016spring_jaffe_sarah.pdf
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"This paper provides an in-depth reflection of the experience of directing a show with a high school theatre company. The paper reflects on the work, summarizes the experience, and includes a discussion of best practices as a director." --Abstract

Dates: 2016