Index

Sydney Cheek-O'Donnell (University of Utah, United States)

Theatre

ISBN: 978-1-83867-336-9, eISBN: 978-1-83867-333-8

Publication date: 15 July 2021

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Cheek-O'Donnell, S. (2021), "Index", Theatre (Arts for Health), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 95-97. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-333-820211008

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Emerald Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2021 Sydney Cheek-O'Donnell


INDEX

Accessible performances
, 43–44

Acting
, 22

classes
, 38

skills
, 22

teachers
, 23, 72

Actors
, 3–4, 6, 18–24, 26–27, 36, 38, 40, 42–43, 53, 61, 67

Adults, theatre for
, 23–27

Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science
, 81

Amateur drama
, 39–40

American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE)
, 81

Americans for the Arts
, 81–82

Apollo (Greek god)
, 2

Applied theatre
, 6

Aristotle (see Poetics, The)

ASSITEJ
, 82

Assumptions
, 78

Athenian theatre
, 5

Audio description
, 43

Autism-friendly performances
, 44

Autistic youth, theatre for
, 21–23

Back-stage tours
, 41–42

Backwards and Forwards: A Technical Manual for Reading Plays (Ball)
, 33

Banking model of education
, 14

Bedside theatre
, 17–20

Being in the moment
, 47–49

Beliefs
, 67–68, 73–74

Birmingham Repertory Theatre
, 32

Boal, Augusto (see Forum Theatre)

Bookstores
, 31

Border Crossing
, 26–27

“Boy and a Turtle”, A (Sextou)
, 18–19

Catharsis
, 2, 5

Characters
, 36

Children, theatre for
, 17–23

Clinical stress
, 18

Clown doctors (see Medical clowns)

Clowning
, 61–63

Coached Rehearsal Techniques for Interpersonal Communication Skills (CRiTICS)
, 23–25

Community theatre
, 39–40

Costumes
, 36

Creative storytelling
, 55–57

Culture clashes
, 76–77

Dementia patients
, 13

Detroit schools
, 20

Devising new plays
, 61

Diabetes educators
, 10

Dialogue
, 36

Dionysus (Greek god)
, 2

Drama anthologies
, 32

Dramatherapy
, 3

Dramatic projection
, 3

Drop-in Drama
, 26

Educational primary intention
, 14

Educational Theatre Association (EdTA)
, 82

Empathy
, 5

Empty Space, The (Brook)
, 33

Fear
, 68–70, 74

Feeling
, 10–11

Forum Theatre
, 26

Games for Actors and Non-Actors (Boal)
, 38

Goodman Theatre
, 32

Great Dionysia
, 2

Group Improvisation (Gwinn)
, 71

Guthrie Theatre
, 32

Hamilton (hit musical)
, 40

Health literacy
, 14–15

Hospitalized children
, 13

HowlRound Theatre Commons
, 82

Improvisation for social anxiety
, 20–21

Improvisation for the Theater (Spolin)
, 38

Improvisational comedy
, 38

Improvisational theatre (“improv”)
, 36–38

project
, 20–21

workshop
, 57–60

Inappropriate behavior
, 70–71

Interactive theatre
, 61

Joker
, 26–27

Life’s Too Short (British television sit-com)
, 36

Lights up, sound down performances
, 44

Location
, 66–67

Medical clowns
, 62

Mental health
, 13–14

Mentors
, 23

Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)
, 48

Money
, 66, 72–73

Name Game
, 58–59

National Theatre
, 32, 82–83

Natyashastra
, 5

New Play Exchange®
, 32, 83

Nō drama (Zeami)
, 6

Nursing faculty
, 10

Old Globe Theatre
, 32

Old Vic
, 32

Older adults, theatre for
, 27–29

Outside Edge Theatre Company
, 25–27, 83

Participants
, 22–23

Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed, Inc. (PTO)
, 83

Play

devising new
, 61

play-going
, 40–41, 42–43

rehearsing and performing
, 53–55, 60

scripts
, 32

Playwriting
, 33–34, 39, 82

Poetics, The (Aristotle)
, 5, 34

Post-show discussions
, 41

Prisoners
, 13

Professionals
, 71–78

being in the moment
, 47–49

caregivers
, 13

creative storytelling
, 55–57

improvisational theatre workshop
, 57–60

rehearsed readings & reader’s theatre
, 51–55

techniques to use in collaboration with theatre artists
, 60–63

“yes, and” approach
, 50–51

Props
, 36

Public Theatre
, 83

Randomized controlled trial
, 12–13

Reader’s theatre
, 51–55

Reading

dialogue
, 32

script
, 31–33

Recordings of musicals
, 44

Recovery, theatre for
, 25–27

Rehearsed readings
, 51–55

Rehearsing and performing play
, 60

Relational clowns (see Medical clowns)

Reminiscence Theatre
, 27–29

Resources
, 9–10, 63, 81–84

Risk
, 1, 20, 75–76

Role-play
, 28, 74

Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)
, 84

Schweitzer, Pam
, 27–29

Self-efficacy
, 11

Self-regard
, 10–12

SENSE Theatre® program
, 12, 22, 23, 60

Sensory-friendly performances
, 44

Showcases
, 39

Sign language interpretation & captions
, 43

Singin’ in the Rain (musical)
, 44

Sketch comedy
, 38

Social anxiety, improvisation for
, 20–21

Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
, 14

Social contact
, 13

Social relationships
, 12–13

Social skills
, 14

Stage directions
, 32

Story
, 18–19, 36, 44, 55, 57, 68, 77

Students
, 10–11, 14, 20–25, 39, 71–72

Subjunctive reality
, 4

Super Chair game
, 59

Teachers
, 14, 20, 23–25, 39, 72, 82

Theatre
, 1–2, 31, 65

accessible performances
, 43–44

adults
, 23–27

for autistic youth
, 21–23

back-stage tours
, 41–42

children and young people
, 17–23

classes
, 38–39

community theatre or amateur drama
, 39–40

engagement with
, 4, 11

general public
, 65–71

health literacy
, 14–15

history
, 4–7

improv
, 36–38

mental health & well-being
, 13–14

methods
, 35–36

older adults
, 27–29

participation in
, 2–3

play
, 40–41

play-going groups
, 42–43

playwriting
, 33–34

post-show discussions
, 41

professionals
, 71–78

reading script
, 31–33

recordings of musicals
, 44

for recovery
, 25–27

self-regard
, 10–12

social relationships
, 12–13

studies
, 9

techniques to use in collaboration with theatre artists
, 60–63

transformative power of imagination
, 3

Theatre Development Fund (TDF)
, 84

Theatre Skills Progression Programme (TSPP)
, 26

Theatrical devising
, 61

Theatrical rehearsal
, 24

Therapeutic clowns (see Medical clowns)

TheTheatreTimes. com
, 84

Time
, 65–66, 71–72

TimeSlips™
, 55, 84

Transformation
, 3, 19

Transformative power of imagination
, 3

Trust
, 58, 71, 77

Truth in Comedy (Close)
, 38

Unconditional positive regard
, 10

Well-being
, 1–4, 6, 9–10, 13–14, 18, 39, 60, 73, 76, 78

“Yes, and”
, 50–51, 55

Young people, theatre for
, 17–23

Youth participants
, 12

Zip-Zap-Zop game
, 59