Play and Performance: Play and Culture Studies

Play and Performance: Play and Culture Studies

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Play and Performance offers hope to those lamenting the loss of play in the twenty-first century and aims to broaden the understanding of what play is. This volume showcases the work of programs from early childhood through adulthood, in a variety of educational and therapeutic settings, and from a range of theoretical and practical perspectives. The chapters cover an array of practices that can be seen across the play to performance continuum. Taken together, the myriad ways that play is performance and performance is play become clear, sometimes blurring the need for distinction. The volume provides play advocates, researchers and practitioners a wealth of practical and theoretical ideas for expanding the use of performance as a tool for creating playful environments where children and adults can create and develop.In the childrena#39;s play about the playworld a wooden wardrobe was reproduced in cardboard, and this replica was erected next to its wooden counterpart for use in the play. As described at the start of this paper, some of the carefully andanbsp;...

Title:Play and Performance: Play and Culture Studies
Author: Carrie Lobman, Barbara E. O'Neill
Publisher:University Press of America - 2011-10-16

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