Research-based Theatre: An Artistic Methodology by George BelliveauResearch-based Theatre: An Artistic Methodology by George Belliveau

Research-based Theatre: An Artistic Methodology

EditorGeorge Belliveau, Graham W. Lea

Hardcover | October 15, 2016

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Research-based theater aims to present research in a way that is compelling and captivating, connecting with viewers on imaginative and intellectual levels at the same time. Research-Based Theatre brings together scholars and practitioners of research-based theater to construct a theoretical analysis of the field and offer critical reflections on how the methodology can now be applied. The book shares twelve examples of contemporary research-based theater scripts and commentaries from an international group of artists and researchers, selected with an eye toward representing different approaches that come from a variety of disciplinary areas.
George Belliveau is professor of drama education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Graham W. Lea is assistant professor of theater education at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.  
Title:Research-based Theatre: An Artistic MethodologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.8 inPublished:October 15, 2016Publisher:Intellect LtdLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
John O’Toole and Judith Ackroyd
Graham W. Lea and George Belliveau
Section I: Education
Chapter 1: Scripting a Narrative Inheritance: Homa Bay Memories
Graham W. Lea
Chapter 2: The Ink Murderers Can’t Hold It Any Longer
Betsy ferrer Okello
Chapter 3: The Lives of Incarcerated Youth in Athabasca’s Going Unmanned
Diane Conrad
Chapter 4: Critical Plays: An Exploration in Truth and Verisimilitude
Christine Sinclair and Anne Harris
Section II: Health
Chapter 5: Considering Aesthetics: Bringing New Awareness to Patient Safety Culture in Hospitals
Julia Gray and Gail Mitchell
Chapter 6: Communicating about Dementia Care through Theatre: Inside Out of Mind
Tanya Myers and Justine Schneider
Chapter 7: Transitioning Home: Research-Based Theatre with Returning Servicemen and Their Families
Linda Hassall and Michael Balfour
Chapter 8: No Particular Place to Go
Trudy Pauluth-Penner, Warwick Dobson, Monica Prendergast, and Holly Tuokko
Section III: Community
Chapter 9: An Ethnographic Performance for Professional Learning
Jane Bird
Chapter 10: Temporarily Yours: Foreign Domestic Workers in Singapore
Prue Wales
Chapter 11: Harriet’s House and Ana’s Shadow: Learning about Other People’s Families
Tara Goldstein
Chapter 12: Performing Autobiography
George Belliveau and Rita L. Irwin
Final Reflections
George Belliveau and Graham W. Lea