Reminiscence Theatre is a comprehensive guide to the nature, practice and therapeutic effects of reminiscence theatre. Drawing on examples from a range of real-life case studies, , Pam Schweitzer provides practical advice on how to draw out oral histories, create a script, and develop the material into a dramatic production from your life experience.
Jules returns with another collection of ten short, upbeat plays for readers theatre in large print. Volume I has been so popular that we’re sure your audiences will love these also.
This practical guide combines reminiscence and theatre to help you start and sustain a Living History Theatre program. Learn from Elders Share the Arts and their twenty-five years of experience bringing elders’ stories to audiences in the community.
This book will help you create an oral history theatre revue. Here’s all the information to help you start.
These 122 tunes are the most memorable, fun and easy songs that I use in my classes. They are favorites that many older adults will easily recall. Use the large print lyrics in sing-alongs, in Stimu-Drama or in any music and drama program.