Museum theatre can be one of the most effective and rewarding programs your institution ever undertakes, and it can be one of the most challenging! Some institutions shy away from theatre because it seems too foreign to their mission, while others take it on enthusiastically but with little understanding of its demands. In Exploring Museum Theatre Tessa Bridal, one of the leading experts in the field, helps bridge these gaps and leads you along the path to a successful museum theatre program. She covers the philosophical and historical background including how to find your style, developing your first program, costs and funding, working with actors, directors, and other professionals, technical issues, evaluations, promotion, presenting difficult issues, collaborations, and historic interpretation. Appendixes and a bibliography round out this excellent reference.After a brief discussion, the teachers were askedaas a groupato perform an exercise called Part of a Whole, in which they became parts of one of the animals in the diorama. aOne teacher became the body, a Singerman reports, another, a leg, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Exploring Museum Theatre|
|Publisher||:||Rowman Altamira - 2004-10-17|