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The Theatre A Tool At School

When speaking of theater in school is often understood as an activity whose purpose seems to be the public representation of a text (either of a particular author or collective creation based on rehearsals and improvisations) is such a possibility, the books published by De la Torre in his collection Alba and may Theater (the thief of words at the end of the school year or other appointed without excluding of course days(, The mysterious shadow, my friend Fremd speaks rare Arjona Antonio’s source, and even the girl who didn’t know it was him Sury Sanchez) fantasize with a proposal which, although of modest appearance, becomes ambitious plan. Detained in the intimacy of the classroom, carefree of the applause of the audience and released from Artifice (lights, decorations and other technical trifles), theatre, without avoiding playfulness, it delves into the pedagogical. There where the important thing becomes the experience and not the display. Theater at school and at home was the original title that gave rise to this collection of books back in the year 1992 under the accurate direction of Luis Gonzalez Carreno (theatre director and Professor in the RESAD) and with an editorial that went out of business about to take their fourth title (things of life and of this our world, fortunately, editions De la Torre took the baton) Theater at school and at home: with all its luster but exempted the fame or the laurels, transcendent but without media coverage: daily, simple, close, accessible to anyone, at home and in school. We are not actors. We are not looking for spectators. Because he is not theatrical education (i.e.: professional theatre teaching theater) but of theatre in education, IE: imagine a professional, a teacher (not of Theater: a teacher of mathematics, Spanish language or second language) using pretend play (inside the classroom and in their school hours) for best convey your stuff.

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