Staging Social Justice: Collaborating to Create Activist Theatre
Fringe Benefits, an award-winning theatre company, collaborates with schools and communities to create plays that promote constructive dialogue about diversity and discrimination issues. Staging Social Justice is a groundbreaking collection of essays about Fringe Benefits’ script-devising methodology and their collaborations in the United States, Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom. The anthology also vividly describes the transformative impact of these creative initiatives on participants and audiences. By reflecting on their experiences working on these projects, the contributing writers—artists, activists and scholars—provide the reader with tools and inspiration to create their own theatre for social change.
Paper: 0-8093-3238-8 978-0-8093-3238-0
Southern Illinois University
Politics and Social Change | Theatre and Performance Studies
Bowles, Norma and Nadon, Daniel R. (2013). Staging Social Justice: Collaborating to Create Activist Theatre. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/facultybooks/53