Features

  1. Editorial
  2. Yasmine Kandil, Barry Freeman
  3. pp. 5-7
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  1. Applied Theatre and Education: We Are Not-Yet …
  2. Monica Prendergast, Juliana Saxton
  3. pp. 8-12
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  1. Applied Theatre Encounters at Canada's National Holocaust Monument
  2. Belarie Zatzman
  3. pp. 13-20
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  1. Generations, Perspectives, Differences, and Communal Discourse: The Youth/Elders Project
  2. Yasmine Kandil, Evalyn Parry
  3. pp. 21-28
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  1. Radical Mentorship and More: Community Arts as a Pathway to Equity
  2. Nikki Shaffeeullah
  3. pp. 29-33
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Script

  1. Return to the Nile: Tales of Migration
  2. pp. 61-71
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  1. Loopings of Love and Rage: Sitting in the Trouble
  2. Julie Salverson, Bill Penner
  3. pp. 34-40
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  1. Drama as a Methodology for Coast Salish Language Revitalization
  2. Kirsten Sadeghi-Yekta
  3. pp. 41-45
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  1. Evolving with the Times: Applied Theatre and Performances of Immigration and Settlement
  2. Lina de Guevara
  3. pp. 46-50
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  1. Finding What's Real in Research and Theatre
  2. Yasmine Kandil, Barry Freeman, Kathleen Gallagher
  3. pp. 51-55
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  1. Shifting Perspectives and Practices: Mirror Theatre's Stop/Start/Continue Evolution
  2. Joe Norris
  3. pp. 56-60
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Views and Reviews

  1. Editorial: Stages of Unsettling
  2. Kimberley McLeod
  3. pp. 72-73
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  1. Camas Lilies and Lysistrata
  2. Quelemia Sparrow, Lois Anderson
  3. pp. 74-76
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  1. Recalibrating Performance at rEvolver Festival
  2. Anna Griffith
  3. pp. 77-80
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  1. Making Hope Actionable: The Cultural Work of Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way
  2. Annie Smith
  3. pp. 81-85
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  1. Between the Flag and the Hungry Ghosts
  2. Ric Knowles
  3. pp. 86-88
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Online Feature

Ecological Grief
Our online feature is a recorded live conversation that took place 28 March 2019 at Queen’s University between issue contributor and theatre professor Julie Salverson and Inuit geographer Robert Way. Finding common ground between their fi elds of practice, the two consider the concept of “ecological grief” and our epistemological and ethical orientation to the radical changes happening to the land.

Listen to the conversation.