Building the Dream of Theatre for Peace
This article addresses the practice of community drama as an aspect of conflict transformation in Northern Ireland since the beginning of the peace process established by the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, particularly examining the tensions between public policy, arts management, and the experiences of practitioners and participants. The key focus is an analysis of the ways in which organizational contexts have enhanced or restricted the potential for critically reflective practice.
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