Theater for Community, Content and Dialogue

Michael Rohd is a phenomenal facilitator who has significantly influenced my practice.  He studied Theater of the Oppressed and practices what he calls "Civic Theater," an approach to community dialogue that is similar to Theater of the Oppressed, but puts more emphasis on the value of dialogue, on community member identifying critical questions and exploring them through both physical and verbal interactions primarily through theater-based games.  This book outlines civic theater projects and exercises Rohd conducted with youth.

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