|Affiliation||Nesna University College, Nesna|
Landvik, T. (2012). What artistic, pedagogic and therapeutic challenges can arise with a community based theatre project?. The Journal of Drama and Theatre Education in Asia, 3, 111-131.
This paper focuses on and discusses the strategies to solve different Artistic, Pedagogic and Therapeutic challenges in a staged musical based on local life, language and history with a diversity of people in a small town in Norway. Using a graphic model comprised of three intersecting circles, where each circle represents the Artistic, Pedagogic or Therapeutic challenge, I analyze both the overlapping and the distinct areas where these challenges occur. This analysis covers the process from the project’s inception through to the fnal performance.
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