An academic reflective collaborative inquiry on theatre for social change youth programming. The authors identify a nine-step process for collaborative teams utilizing a fusion of personal narrative, reflection, and dialogue. Brendel Horn, Caine, Katsadouros & Freeman, USA 2020
This academic article describes two participatory theatre projects undertaken by Western Edge Youth Arts in Melbourne and aimed at challenging racialization and fostering belonging among culturally diverse young people. Sonn, Quale, Beranji & Baker, 2015
Designed primarily for Black people and people of colour who are engaged in creative activism, this shares some of the practices and tools developed through a the 10-year Shake project. Annick Météfia & Haneen Hammou; Farzana Khan, Sai Murray & Rose Ziaei, 2021
Digital Storytelling, Applied Theatre, & Youth argues that theatre artists must re-imagine how and why they facilitate performance practices with young people, and presents practitioners, scholars, and educators with innovative approaches to devising and performing digital stories. Megan Alrutz, 2014
A summary of findings arising from open cross-sector discussions convened by Curious Minds in order to allow space for theatre educators and facilitators to share the challenges and solutions of delivering drama post-Covid. Curious Minds, 2020.