Introduction Part 1. Identifying TIE 1. Education or Theatre? - Development of TIE in the UK 2. Process Drama and TIE Part 2. Ways of Working 3. Devising 4. Playwriting 5. The 'Teaching Artist' 6. TIE and Theatre of the Oppressed Part 3. International Perspectives 7. TIE in Australia and New Zealand 8. Two Canadian Models 9. Potential of TIE in Nigeria 10. TIE in Scandinavia 11. CAT in the USA Part 4. TIE Now - Issues and Challenges 12. Learning through Building-Based Regional Theatre 13. Evaluating TIE 14. Conclusion
Anthony Jackson is Emeritus Professor of Educational Theatre at the University of Manchester, editor of the two previous editions of Learning through Theatre, editor (with Jenny Kidd) of Performing Heritage (MUP 2011), and author of Theatre, Education and the Making of Meanings (MUP 2007). Chris Vine is Academic Director of the M.A. in Applied Theatre, The City University of New York. He is a former Artistic Director of Greenwich Young People's Theatre, London, and the Creative Arts Team, New York. His specialities include TIE and Theatre of the Oppressed.