Student Relations: Perspective Gained Through Interactive Theater

Mason Martin, Ohio University

This research was conducted to explore and discover the possibilities of interactive theater in the classroom environment. Findings show that this form of theater may be more effective than conventional instructional methods to transfer the beliefs and goals of society to the youth in our classrooms. Such findings imply that this form of instruction may be dichotomous to the many influences of the media that this society deems undesirable. Facilitators with responsibility and a knowledgeable background may be able to steer our youth from such undesirable influences. Further research is needed to see the extent of that counter.

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