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Interplay XIX-2014


Education, 
Playback Theatre,
and
Young People 
Data do Boletim 
Informativo 
Título do Boletim Informativo 
F
EATURING
Daniel Feldhendler 
Anastasya Vorobyova
Tim Reagan 
Kathleen Olivier 
Brian Tasker 


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A
lso 
I
nside 
 
Ana Mª Fernández Espinosa
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Assell Romanelli
21 
Musican’s Muse 
Tonia Pinheiro 
25 
Bako Tihamer 
 
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IPTN Board News
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Vol XIX No. 1 & 2 
October 2014 
 
 
Playback Theatre —
 
 
Education for Tomorrow
 
 
Daniel 
Feldhendler
In this paper Daniel Feldhendler shares the work he recently pre-
sented at the International conference on Drama Education in 
Paris. He tells the story of the conference and shares his vast expe-
rience, skills and knowledge of story-based methods within educa-
tion for over 35 years at Goethe-University (Frankfurt/Main, Ger-
many). His method, entitled Enacting Life, combines Playback 
Theatre, with Psychodrama, Action Methods, Theatre and Life 
Stories for Education. His paper relates playback to these other 
approaches and documents the wide ranging interest in narrative 
methods. 
8
th
 IDEA – World Conference 
The last IDEA Conference entitled: From one world to another: arts education for 
tomorrow 
took place in Paris, July, 8
th
- 13
th
2013. 
IDEA (International Drama/Theatre and Education Association) is an important 
worldwide organization that was founded in 1992. Its members are culturally diverse 
drama, theatre and education practitioners, artists, pedagogues and teachers, from 
around 90 countries who are united in their commitment to making drama / theater 
and education accessible, significant and present everywhere. Many national drama/
theater associations are members of IDEA, as well as individual artists and practi-
tioners. 
The 8th IDEA Conference hosted 1230 participants, representing 50 countries from 
across 5 continents. The presidency was entrusted to Catherine Tasca, a senator 
and the former French Minister of Culture who had set up, among other projects, a 
national network of school classes with artistic and cultural projects back in 2001. In 
the Declaration of Intent of Chairwoman, Catherine Tasca, I noted following signifi-
cant information: 
The world conferences on arts education organized by UNESCO in 2006 in Lisbon and in 
2010 in Seoul highlighted that educational policies throughout the world need to ensure that 
arts and culture are given high status. However, we still see quite a considerable gap between 
these declarations of intent and their implementation in schools and various educational struc-
tures and settings What the eighth IDEA world congress on Drama / Theatre and Education 
proposes is to reflect and to act, so that words and actions may converge and find their meeting 
point. Although many countries may differ in their views on arts education, either because they 
work towards distinct ends, or because of the diversity of systems in each country, they all share 
identical and essential questions we intend to tackle. (...) This context of global crisis and consid-
erable evolution forces us to invent new educational methods and new shared stories, through 
which values such as solidarity, creativity, a culture of community rather than domination, and 
empathy will become the resources and the treasures of the women and men of tomorrow. An art 
of presence and speech, a hybrid art which invites all other forms of art, a collective art, an art of 
rituals and symbolization: drama offers one of the most powerful ways to achieve these goals and 
to improve both our knowledge of the world and self-knowledge.
 
continued pg 5 
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