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So when I work in drama, I try to set up an opportunity for a playing mode, a mode of spontaneity, combined with the very tight structure of an exercise. ” We’re not demonstrating that it is happening. We’re not pretending it is happening. It is happening to us now. In that sense, it is existential, and I do believe that existential playing within the tight structure of exercise offers the greatest potential for learning. Interviewer: And finally, what is the process of drama, as opposed to a more product-oriented theatre production?
Next, all concerned—teacher, students, and principal—discuss the dramatization out of role, focusing not only upon the effects of disruptive behavior and the need to take responsibility for one’s actions, but also upon ways to rechannel the extremely well-developed communication skills of the students into more positive, socially acceptable directions. Turner stressed his belief that many students never learn how to play their roles as students. The reasons include academic failures, weak adult role models who offer few controls, and poor human relations practices on the part of teachers and administrators.
Jennings: Creative drama is a process activity. It is about the development of the child. We are not concerned with the final product, a production. We continually have to tell people we are not doing plays. Note that Coleman Jennings stressed the importance of creative drama as a process, child-centered activity. He also underlined the importance of the warm-up and positive follow-up discussion. Finally, he maintained the flexible nature of creative drama as brief or extensive, curricular or extracurricular.
Handbook of Educational Drama and Theatre by Robert Landy