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Personal Agency and Community Empowerment: Moth Style Engagement

By Judy Halebsky

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Narrative in Performance invites us to pay close attention to the aspects of performance that create a story. Considering text, Body, stage, technology and audience, this stimulating collection: Explores the significance of cultural identity, the role of popular culture, and the impact of revolutionary ideas for marginalized communities Draws on examples from a rich variety of historical and contemporary genres. from Asian dance drama to online video games Considers the future of performance in light of social mediahttps://scholar.dominican.edu/books/1152/thumbnail.jp

Topics: Live Performance, Personal Agency, Community Empowerment, Story Slams, Nonfiction, Theatre and Performance Studies
Publisher: Dominican Scholar
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:scholar.dominican.edu:books-1152
Provided by: Dominican Scholar
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