Environmental Theatre : (So to Speak) An Examination of Theatre at Stone Environmental Schools
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The author uses her experience as an intern at The Stone Environmental School in Maine which provides week long residential programs for school groups to discuss how theatre is used as an educational tool for teaching environmental concepts through skits, scenarios, and the traditional campfire experience.
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