Category Archives: Faculty Posts

Postscript 2017

Phase 6 of Project Rwanda is over. It is hard to believe that we have been visiting the country regularly since 2010, only the second year of the MA in Applied Theatre Program’s existence! There have been many changes in … Continue reading

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“The Magic Calabash” Photographs

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Past and Present

Yesterday (Saturday) Helen, Chris and I spent the day with the upper-level students and some of the alumni at the URCE, comparing stories, refreshing their game-leading skills, and playbuilding. It was wonderful to reconnect and to learn that so many of … Continue reading

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FRIDAY: A DAY OF PLANNING

This morning after our first Civitas breakfast – a feast of fruits, cereal, toast, and omelet washed down with African tea and coffee – we made the time-honored walk to the college. We were a little later than when we … Continue reading

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ARRIVAL 2015

Muraho! It’s so good to be back. We were struck by the familiarity as we descended from the aircraft to walk towards the immigration building. It was pleasantly warm, and the distinctive aromas of Rwanda were in the air… On … Continue reading

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Article in The Rwanda Focus

The work we have been doing with KIE has been written about in The Rwanda Focus. Link to the article provided below. http://focus.rw/wp/2013/07/theater-a-critical-tool-in-education/

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Implementing Participatory Strategies

During the past three days, while Level 2 students have been exploring Theatre of the Oppressed  methods, Levels 4 & 5 (the senior and graduating classes) have been working with Linda Key to prepare an original piece of theatre upon … Continue reading

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