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date: 29 May 2020

theatre-in-education 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance
Author(s):
Brian WoollandBrian Woolland

Most usefully thought of as an English educational movement characterized by its aims and working methods, rather than as a theatrical form. TIE uses theatre as part of the educational process, focusing on contemporary social and political issues. After the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, established a TIE company in ... ...

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