Using Theater and Drama in Social Art – Reading List
Whether you’ve been using theater and drama in your work for years, or you’re just getting started, you’re part of a much larger group of social artists. There are plenty of books out there to enrich your practices and give you new inspiration, but here are a few favourites recommended by our online community:
Interactive Acting, by Jeff Wirth
Improv Games Book II, by Lynda Belt
Theater of the Opressed, Augusto Boal
Games for Actors and Non-Actors, Augusto Boal
Enacting Participatory Development: Theatre-based Techniques, Julie McCarthy
Improvisation for the Theatre, Viola Spolin
Theatre Games for the Classroom, Viola Spolin
Theatre Games for Young Performers, Maria C. Novelly
Theatre for Community, Conflict & Dialogue, Michael Rohd
Improvisation with Favorite Tales, Ruth Beall Heinig
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