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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Not Just an Audience : Young People Transforming our Theatre
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'This essay is about generation shift and a new creative force in the Australian theatre. It is about how young people, children and the theatre artists who work with them are leading the demand for change. Young people get the current shift better than anyone else, say the authors: they're living it, activating it, and they're even making money out of it. When it comes to theatre, they want and deserve great work. What if the balance of power was reversed and young people were brought in on the act of transforming our theatre? The aim in this essay is to explore why and how.' Source: Back cover.


  • Also includes readers' responses to Erin Brannigan's Moving across Disciplines : Dance in the 21st Century.

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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Currency Press , 2011 .
      Extent: 81p.
      • Includes endnotes.
      ISBN: 9780980563269
      Series: y separately published work icon Platform Papers Currency Press (publisher), Strawberry Hills : Currency Press , 2004- Z1171343 2004 series - publisher 'A quarterly publication (January, April, July and October) on an issue affecting the health of the performing arts.' Number in series: 26
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