Theatre as a Tool in Adolescent Development : The Effects of a Four-Week Intensive Theatre
Henderson, Kimberly Yasmeen
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The author spent a summer teaching theater for the Yoknapatawpha Youth Art's Program in Oxford, Mississippi. According to the author, the goal of the program is not to teach life skills such as self-esteem, responsibility, and social interaction. The hope is that by enabling the participants to experience theatre, that involvement will aid in the development of these life skills.
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