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Robert Shaughnessy


This introduction maps the prospectus of the issue, introducing the concept of applied Shakespeare in terms of its roots in the applied, socially engaged and participatory performance practices that have developed in a wide variety of educational, theatrical and community settings in recent years. Operating in the nexus between this work and a body of canonical plays that serve as a resource to address the needs of diverse user constituencies, applied Shakespeare is represented in this issue by a series of case studies, which the introduction summarises.

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Rowan Mackenzie

making that emotion flare before then considering how a reoccurrence of this can be avoided or managed. Smallman explained that in Geese Theatre, ‘the work is therapeutic but not therapy’. 27 Jonathan Shailor, Performing New Lives: Prison Theatre