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Structure and Spontaneity: The Process Drama of Cecily O'Neill - Signed Copy

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Published in 2006 by Trentham Books. Includes Bibliography, Index and References. Appears to be Signed by editors and Cecily O'Neill.

Cecily O'Neill has had a formative impact on the evolution of the creative and dynamic mode of teaching called process drama. Process drama characterises work powered by transformatory outcomes that bring together drama education and theatre practice. Dorothy Heathcote and Gavin Bolton were perceived as the pioneers of a new and radical form of educational praxis, but it was O'Neill who made that praxis accessible to educators worldwide. Her work on structuring classroom drama, her writings on pretext and process drama, her studies on the imagination, multicultural education, and dramatic form have been influential throughout the UK and Europe, North America and Australasia. This book is a compilation of the formative articles of O'Neill along with significant commentaries from leaders in the field. It is informed by her work but it is not simply about her. The book explores central questions about imagination: why is it critical to process drama? And how should leaders of process drama promote imagination in their work?

In excellent condition. Signed by five individuals.

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Signed Copy
Author(s):
Philip Taylor and Christine D Warner (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24cmx17cm
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1858563224
ISBN-13:
9781858563220
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
Trentham Books
Title:
Structure and Spontaneity: The Process Drama of Cecily O'Neill

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Published in 2006 by Trentham Books. Includes Bibliography, Index and References. Appears to be Signed by editors and Cecily O'Neill.

Cecily O'Neill has had a formative impact on the evolution of the creative and dynamic mode of teaching called process drama. Process drama characterises work powered by transformatory outcomes that bring together drama education and theatre practice. Dorothy Heathcote and Gavin Bolton were perceived as the pioneers of a new and radical form of educational praxis, but it was O'Neill who made that praxis accessible to educators worldwide. Her work on structuring classroom drama, her writings on pretext and process drama, her studies on the imagination, multicultural education, and dramatic form have been influential throughout the UK and Europe, North America and Australasia. This book is a compilation of the formative articles of O'Neill along with significant commentaries from leaders in the field. It is informed by her work but it is not simply about her. The book explores central questions about imagination: why is it critical to process drama? And how should leaders of process drama promote imagination in their work?

In excellent condition. Signed by five individuals.

Added value:
Signed Copy
Author(s):
Philip Taylor and Christine D Warner (ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24cmx17cm
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1858563224
ISBN-13:
9781858563220
Number of pages:
169
Publisher:
Trentham Books
Title:
Structure and Spontaneity: The Process Drama of Cecily O'Neill

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