Resistance Through Joy, Play and Community at a Women's Correctional Complex: Conspire Theatre's Rehearsing Possibilities Project

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Title:Resistance Through Joy, Play and Community at a Women's Correctional Complex: Conspire Theatre's Rehearsing Possibilities Project
Abstract:Session is conducted in English. Workshop presented by Conspire Theatre Executive Director Katherine Craft; Conspire Theatre Associate Director Michelle Dahlenburg, and Workshop Facilitator Olivia Jimenez. This session is designed to provide a sample of exercises conducted in a typical Conspire Theatre class for incarcerated women. Workshop contains meditation exercises, role-play, and creative exercises and is followed with a discussion among participants.
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Creators:
  • Center for Women's and Gender Studies, University of Texas at AustinRole: Creator
  • Katherine CraftRole: Speaker
  • Michelle DahlenburgRole: Speaker
  • Olivia JimenezRole: Speaker
  • Andrea ZarateRole: Videographer
Contributors:
  • Kathryn DarnallRole: Writer of accompanying material
  • T-Kay SangwandRole: Writer of accompanying material
Publisher:Center for Women's and Gender Studies, University of Texas at Austin; University of Texas Libraries
Date Created:2012/10/06
Languages:eng
Type of Resource:Moving image
Genres:art therapy
trauma
women and incarceration
Identifier:rpr_2012_10_06_p8
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