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Friday, August 3 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Intent and Impact of Community-Based Theatre: Advocacy? Collaboration? Education?

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Through performance and discussion, explores goals, methodologies, and outcomes of community-based theatre including the 52nd Street Project, Theatre of the Oppressed, and the Arts Initiative.

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Lisa Brenner

Associate Professor, Drew University
Lisa is a Member at Large for Theatre and Social Change. She is the co-author of Katrina: the K Word, a play based on interviews with residents of New Orleans. Lisa holds a Ph.D. in Theatre from Columbia University. At Drew, where she recently won the Distinguished Teaching Award, she teaches Theatre History, Dramaturgy, African-American Theatre, and a Community-Based Theatre course with Newark high school students. She is currently working on... Read More →
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Kate Collins

Doctoral Student, The Ohio State University
I'm currently a doctoral student in Arts Administration, Education and Policy at Ohio State, soon entering into my dissertation research. I was previously faculty in theatre and film at Bowling Green State University for four years. I have an MFA in Theatre for Youth from Arizona State and a BFA in Acting from SUNY Fredonia. My passions and research interests include arts-based civic engagement...theatre with urban youth... interdisciplinary arts... Read More →
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Sarah Gabel

Chairperson Department of Fine and Performing Arts, Loyola University Chicago


Friday August 3, 2012 11:30am - 1:00pm
Congressional A, Lobby Level 400 New Jersey Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 USA

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