Hypotheses: Theater as a Tool for Development/
Theatre as a Tool for Development

My research project was to investigate what elements need to be in place before an organization engages in using live, in-person performance as a tool for development, excluding performer training and theater techniques.

I drafted and worked from two hypotheses for my investigation:

  1. There are identifiable, pre-performance elements that make live-performance/theater, as a tool for development, effective/successful, beyond performer training and theater techniques:

  2. Engaging in the preparations for TfD activities can lead to institutional development, specifically regarding partnerships and networking.
You can also read online: Questionnaires and further information are NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED. Thank you to everyone who helped.

This investigation portion of this process is now over. The paper has been submitted to Open University. A version of the paper will be created for submission to a development-related journal. If the paper is published, I will post information about what journal it will appear in here.

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