Oscillations : proposing a new model for school-initiated youth performance
Hogan, Sharon & Readman, Kylie (2006) Oscillations : proposing a new model for school-initiated youth performance. NJ (Drama Australia Journal), 30(1), pp. 47-56.
This paper applies an action research lens to two approaches to large scale performance projects for young people: XL-D (2001) and XL-D Express (2003), both produced in Brisbane by Drama Queensland. By identifying the strengths and tensions of each project, a new model called 'School-Initiated Youth Performance' is proposed. This new model makes connections between youth performing arts and drama pedagogy, positioning young people and drama teachers as central agents in a creative and dialogic framework.
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