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Integrative Learning: Justice: Resources for Drama101

Seattle Central’s Integrative Learning Community on Justice provides an opportunity for participants from different disciplines to explore and discuss issues related to inequities in the nation’s justice system.


This page is for students in the Intro to Theatre class to support research for the theatre styles group project with all kinds of credible sources about theatre styles and restorative justice.

  • Theatre of Cruelty (Antonin Artaud)
  • Epic Theater (Bertolt Brecht)
  • Theater of the Oppressed (Augusto Boal)
  • Bread and Puppet Theater
  • Verbatim Theater (Documentary Theater)

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books & films for context/discussion

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