Shailor Ed. London and Philadelphia , PA. With its insightful accounts of myriad prison theatre programs, Performing New Lives: Prison Theatre substantially contributes to discourse situated at the.
Performing new lives: prison theatre. Imprint: London ; Philadelphia: Jessica.
Performing New Lives draws together some of the most original and innovative A wide range of prison theatre initiatives are discussed, from long-running. Performing New Lives: Prison Theatre.
Brent Buell, Rehabilitation Through the Arts. Brent Buell, Rehabilitation Through the Arts. In this respect it is a valuable counterpart to the similar edited volumes previously published on UK prison theatre practice cf. Performing New Lives : Prison Theatre. About this Item: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Physical description p.
London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Shailor, J. The Buckle on the Bible Belt.
Sharon Lajoie, freelance theatre artist and teacher. Meade Palidofsky, Storycatchers Theatre, Chicago.
Teya Sepinuck, The Theatre of Witness. Prison Theatre and the Promise of Reintegration. Jonathan Shailor.
Performing New Lives draws together some of the most original and innovative programs in contemporary prison theatre. Leading prison theatre directors and. Estimates of female to male inmate populations in the United States in were close to [online]. Available from.
Julia Taylor, Prison Creative Arts. The Keeper of the Keys. Curt L. Tofteland, Shakespeare Behind Bars. Revisiting Sacred Spaces.
Jean Trounstine, Middlesex Community College. Agnes Wilcox, Prison Performing Arts.
Elizabeth Charlebois, St. Mary's College of Maryland. The Contributors.
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