When people play people: development communication through theatre
Witwatersand University Press, 15.04.1993 - 250 Seiten
There is a growing sense that existing media have failed to serve the purposes of development, and in particular have not reflected either the concerns or the needs of the rural majority in Third World countries. Theatre, however, is now being used as a way of increasing popular participation in the development process. This book examines these experiences of training extension workers in the use of theatre-for-development, and explores the author's own attempts-notably with the Marotholi Travelling Theatre in Lesotho - to develop a new model of theatrical communication.
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