"Basta Masaya, OK Na": Theatre-based Approaches in the Philippines

Atienza, G and Guevara, J 2018, '"Basta Masaya, OK Na": Theatre-based Approaches in the Philippines' in Sue Kenny, Brian McGrath and Rhonda Phillips (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Community Development, Taylor & Francis, New York, United States, pp. 193-209.


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Title "Basta Masaya, OK Na": Theatre-based Approaches in the Philippines
Author(s) Atienza, G
Guevara, J
Year 2018
Title of book The Routledge Handbook of Community Development
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Place of publication New York, United States
Editor(s) Sue Kenny, Brian McGrath and Rhonda Phillips
Start page 193
End page 209
Subjects Continuing and Community Education
Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
Summary This chapter aims to contribute to developing an understanding of this tradition of utilizing creative and culture-based approaches within community development work. We shall draw from our shared experience in people's theatre in the Philippines, which has focused on the use of creative and culture-based approaches in educating, organizing and mobilizing the marginalized sectors, and then propose a way in which this critical reflection can inform broader community development practice in other contexts.
Copyright notice © 2018 Taylor & Francis
Keyword(s) community development
theatre
Philippines
ISBN 9781138940765
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