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Analysis of Musical Drama "Udin and the Magic Book"

M Kuswaty, I Cahyani
2019 KnE Social Sciences  
This study aims to analyze the Sundanese musical drama performance entitled "Udin and The Magic Book".  ...  Based on the performance of the students during the show, the students looked confident, were capable of improvisation, and could control the stage area.  ...  In addition to being able to leverage emotionally, when they forget the line, the performers are able to do improvisation without any direction from the steering force.  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v3i10.3932 fatcat:i74nozeo4vbcvevmnywyo6appq

Motivating students' participation in a computer networks course by means of magic, drama and games

Constantinos S Hilas, Anastasios Politis
2014 SpringerPlus  
This paper describes some of the approaches that may be used to keep students interested and make them feel comfortable as they comprehend basic concepts in computer networks.  ...  The lecturing procedure was enriched with games, magic tricks and dramatic representations. This approach was used experimentally for two semesters and the results were more than encouraging.  ...  Authors' contributions Both authors contributed to the writing and editing of the manuscript. Also, they both read and approved the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2193-1801-3-362 pmid:25105085 pmcid:PMC4124110 fatcat:aiachw2czravhl5lnt3x7bcwhq

Making Art from Uncertainty: Magic and Its Politics in South African Rugby

Joshua Rubin
2014 Cultural Anthropology  
in a congealed form (as in a painting) or in an apparently immediate one (as in drama).  ...  In 1986, the historian Herman Giliomee, working in collaboration with the rugby player Tommy Bedford, published an essay in Die Suid-Afrikaan exploring the ideological similarities between South Africa's  ... 
doi:10.14506/ca29.4.06 fatcat:mfoja6dtrjdvra3hfwy5veb6eq

"Spoilsport" in Drama in Education vs. Dialogic Pedagogy

Ana Marjanovic-Shane
2016 Dialogic Pedagogy  
I explore the legitimacy of dissensus in these two educational approaches regarding both the participants' critical examination of the curriculum, and in regard to promoting the participants' agency and  ...  These two educational paradigms are embodied in different educational practices: First, Drama in Education in its widest definition, is based on the Vygotskian views that human cognitive, semantic (meaning-making  ...  Indeed, a work on drama "… entices the participants into acceptance and mental collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5195/dpj.2016.151 fatcat:ywuvn6kycjf6dlkecp73ioajlq

Arts‐based training in management development: the use of improvisational theatre

Stephen Gibb
2004 Journal of Management Development  
The validity of improvisational theatre techniques, as an example of ABT in practice, needs to be balanced with a more critical appreciation of the limitations of such approaches.  ...  Claims that these techniques can be an effective means of achieving management development, as they succeed involving managers in exploring problems and developing solutions to them at a deep rather than  ...  theatre, on one particular approach to the use of improvisation.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02621710410549594 fatcat:3ittyqkyavhbdjbxp63nlewhsa

Creative Drama at School and Creative Drama Activities
Twórcza drama w szkole i twórcze ćwiczenia dramowe

Božena Švábová
2018 Prima Educatione  
Drama activities create space for gaining new experience and active participation in various creative drama situations.  ...  Pre-primary education is an important milestone in the education of children who are spontaneous in their actions and communication.  ...  Work with creative drama methods is an enriching experience for all participants -for the group which learns to act in different roles.  ... 
doi:10.17951/pe.2017.1.113 fatcat:cck252sh4raxfc4itu5zbkac7m

Breaking the Magic Spell: Radical Theories of Folk and Fairy Tales

Steven Swann Jones, Jack Zipes
1982 Western Folklore  
I am most grateful to Ken Cherry, Director of the University Press of Kentucky, who has been most supportive of my work and agreed to publish the second revised edition.  ...  In the course of my work for this book, I have translated numerous poems, stories, essays and quotations. Unless otherwise indicated, all the translations which appear in the book are my own.  ...  In each historical epoch they were generally transformed by the narrator and audience in an active manner through improvisation and interchange to produce a version which would relate to the social conditions  ... 
doi:10.2307/1499668 fatcat:a5zzwntg4vdjvhmzvad7o3yaoi

Road Blocks, Road Works and Continuing Explorations of the Terrain: An examination of drama in education in New Zealand in relation to the UNESCO Road Map

Janinka Greenwood
2010 Encounters on Education  
And in addition we need to have fine-tuned skill in managing drama processes.  ...  Room to explore An older tree has magical fissures and holes where children might hide treasures.  ... 
doi:10.15572/enco2010.06 fatcat:zy7sceceevdhpnus5z3xe6jzq4

Human trials

Josephine Anstey, Sarah Bay-Cheng, Dave Pape, Stuart C. Shapiro
2007 Computers in Entertainment  
One user enters an immersive virtual environment and is led on an absurd quest.  ...  The challenges appear to be about control and the choices one makes in using power; but the games are rigged, the characters are duplicitous, the quest is a decoy, and the underlying test is how to cope  ...  These lines are interspersed with suggestions for improvisation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1316511.1316515 fatcat:2kbjljmiojggpp6l5gnc6adf4e

Human trials

Josephine Anstey, Sarah Bay-Cheng, Dave Pape, Stuart C. Shapiro
2007 Computers in Entertainment  
One user enters an immersive virtual environment and is led on an absurd quest.  ...  The challenges appear to be about control and the choices one makes in using power; but the games are rigged, the characters are duplicitous, the quest is a decoy, and the underlying test is how to cope  ...  These lines are interspersed with suggestions for improvisation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1324365.1324372 fatcat:2fo4prjxbjgw7cjfsvyhkuzijq

Transforming Reflection through a Forum Theatre Learning Approach in Health Education [chapter]

Kate Collier
2015 Playing in a House of Mirrors  
Acknowledgements xvii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are grateful to our family and friends who have supported us through this process, to all the authors who responded to the call for submissions, as well as to  ...  Allison Eades, our editorial assistant and proofreader, and to Sense Publishers for publishing this work.  ...  The process is repeated with two lines of dialogue created for each of the three moments in the scenario and finally the scene is presented as an improvised piece of drama.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-6300-118-2_3 fatcat:vumkohpls5cpteqcaojljdbnn4

Road Blocks, Road Works and Continuing Explorations of the Terrain: An examination of drama in education in New Zealand in relation to the UNESCO Road Map

Janinka Greenwood
2010 Encounters in Theory and History of Education  
Finally it explores the opportunities offered by having drama in the curriculum, noting particularly how the apparent constraints created by being an examinable subject can be transformed to serve genuine  ...  This article examines the current state of drama in education in New Zealand.  ...  And in addition we need to have fine-tuned skill in managing drama processes.  ... 
doi:10.24908/eoe-ese-rse.v11i0.2527 fatcat:qiulobma75d55jt2jq5ndnmamu

From Theatre Research in Bali To directing Bali dream at Butler University, USA

I Nyoman Sedana
2018 Móin-Móin Revista de estudos sobre teatro de formas animadas  
Sharing detailed experiences of the director, this article offers an account of the creative process undertaken in realizing Bali Dream.  ...  Abstract: This article examines the role and trajectory of the art director from initiating theatre research in Bali to directing Bali Dream, a main stage theatre production that utilized puppets, masks  ...  As part of our collaboration, William Fisher worked with the six Villagers/ Mechanicals to strengthen some significant lines as I was focusing more on the form, choreography and movements than the lines  ... 
doi:10.5965/2595034701102013205 fatcat:kzym5zxpnvcwfcdin6ihlfcdq4

Experiencing and Learning through Story and Educational Drama: A Workshop Example

Stig A. Eriksson
2022 Beijing International Review of Education  
The article introduces the field of educational drama to new readers by outlining foundational concepts and source literature, and some historical roots.  ...  is a genre of educational drama which focuses on collaborative investigation and problem-solving in an imaginary world.  ...  in the kindergarten or the school, to improvised and processual exploration in the form of process drama.8 (I shall return to this latter approach below.)  ... 
doi:10.1163/25902539-03040008 fatcat:esuaoxcxtzeahlscy4hm5zomem

Creative processes of impact making: advancing an American Pragmatist Methodology

Mihaela Kelemen, Lindsay Hamilton
2018 Qualitative research in organization and management  
Drawing on the UK Connected Communities programme, we explore examples of immersive and performative techniques including arts and crafts, drama and poetry.  ...  Empirically, we demonstrate the potential of Cultural Animation to bring together researchers and community members in useful partnerships that foster dialogical exchange.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Sue Moffat, Director of New Vic Borderlines and her team of theatre practitioners for culturally animating the workshops discussed in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1108/qrom-03-2017-1506 fatcat:lmxgvhcqqza4xmomelymgckzym
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