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Playing for Time Theatre Company : perspectives from the prison

Author: Annie McKean; Kate Massey-Chase
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Chicago, Illinois Intellect 2019
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annie McKean; Kate Massey-Chase
ISBN: 9781783209514 1783209518
OCLC Number: 1099891756
Description: x, 249 Seiten, 8 ungezählte Bildtafeln : Illustrationen ; 24 cm
Contents: AcknowledgementsPrefaceSelina BusbyIntroductionAnnie McKean with Kate Massey-ChaseChapter 1: Transformation and Challenge in Insecure Worlds: The Arts in Secure InstitutionsAnnie McKeanChapter 2: Playing for Time Theatre Company: A Model of PracticeAnnie McKeanChapter 3: Playing for Time in 'The Dolls' House': Issues of Community and Collaboration in the Devising of Theatre in a Women's PrisonAnnie McKeanChapter 4: The Carlisle Memorial Refuge, Winchester 1868-81: 'That Most Difficult of All Social Questions' - A Nineteenth-Century Approach to the Rehabilitation of Women PrisonersPat ThompsonChapter 5: Stage Fright: What's so Scary about Dressing Up?Brian WoollandChapter 6: Telling the Self or Performing Another: The Exploration of Identity through Storytelling, Role and Analogy in West Hill, HMP WinchesterKate Massey-ChaseChapter 7: Lessons from the Prison: The Space between Two WorldsAnnie McKeanChapter 8: Our Country's Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker: Creating Liberatory Spaces? Reflections on Process and PerformanceMarianne SharpChapter 9: The Drama of Change: A Comparative Study of University Students' and Prisoners' Dispositional Empathy, Need for Closure and Future Possible SelvesAnn HenryChapter 10: Exit Stage Left: Conversation, Creative Writing and Coping with Loss: An Introduction to Scott's DiaryKass BoucherChapter 11: From the Fishbowl to the Sea: A Nine-Week JourneyScottChapter 12: Over the Wall Theatre CompanyFiona MackiePostscriptNotes on Contributors Index
Responsibility: edited by Annie McKean and Kate Massey-Chase.


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