Documentation

Papers

arepp:Theatre for Life has presented papers and posters and conducted workshops and performances at various national and international conferences and festivals.

Sexuality and Health Conferences; the World Aids Conferences in Geneva, Durban and Toronto, the AIDS in Context conference in Johannesburg, the South African AIDS Conferences in Durban, and the Department of Social Development Conference, amongst others;

Applied Theatre Conferences; including, EE4 (the Education Entertainment Community in Context conference in Somerset West), IDEA in Hong Kong, Dramatic Learning Spaces (University of KwaZulu Natal) the International Federation for Theatre Research at Stellenbosch University, the Department of Education’s Life Skills Meetings and their Health Promoting Schools initiative, Drama For Life Africa Research Conferences in Applied Drama and Theatre (University of Witwatersrand), Breaking New Ground – The Earth Symposium (Vancouver), the Applied Arts and Health Conference (University of Northampton, UK) and ASSITEJ;

Puppetry and Theatre Festivals; including, the 5th Tempo Theatre and Marionette Festival (Reunion Island), Children’s Creativity Pageant - Africa Cultural Centre, African International Puppet Theatre Festival (Johannesburg), International Festival of the Arts, (Grahamstown), kaleidoscope Children’s Arts Festival (Rustenburg) and The 4th International Puppet Festival in Lahore Pakistan.

Applied Theatre Documentation

African Research and Educational Puppetry Programme. 1996. Why Puppetry? Unpublished document, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

arepp Educational Trust.1998. Edutainment - the use of theatre and puppetry for Social Education.  Unpublished document, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

arepp:Theatre for Life. 2015. The Big Deal : arepp:Theatre for Life Performer’s Training Manual. Unpublished document, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. 2004. After the Curtain: Designing an Impact Monitoring and Evaluation System for an Edutainment Theatre Intervention. Unpublished report, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. 2006. What Difference Does It Make? Unpublished paper, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. & Schutz, B. 2006. From Puppets Against AIDS to Theatre for Life. Unpublished paper, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. 2007. Reflection and Refraction: the role of “Identification” in Applied Theatre. Unpublished paper, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. 2009. PLAYING FOR KEEPS: An examination of arepp:Theatre for Life’s applied theatre pedagogy with regard to adolescent sexuality. Unpublished dissertation, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Bilbrough, G. 2013. After The Curtain – reframed” Using Action Research to reflect, monitor and evaluate the Applied Theatre experience in Applied Drama and Theatre as an Interdisciplinary Field in the Context of HIV/AIDS in Africa, Amsterdam – New York: Rodopi.

Evaluation Documentation

Department Of Health. 2004. 1.1.1 arepp Educational Trust in Public Health Sector Support Programme PHSSP Final Evaluation. Pretoria: Department of Health.

Kessels & Smit. 2009. STOP AIDS NOW! Evaluation of the Programme “Choices for Children in South Africa”. Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Nell, M & Shapiro, J. 1998. “Touching The Topic” Report on an evaluation of the arepp Educational Trust 1996 – 1997. Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Nell, M & Shapiro, J. 2005. “Beyond Gut Feeling” Report on the arepp:Theatre for Life Evaluation Project 2002-2004. Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Oskowitz, B. Hlatshwayo, Z. Evian, C. 1995a. Qualitative Evaluation of the African Research and Educational Puppetry Programme (AREPP). Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Oskowitz, B. Hlatshwayo, Z. Evian, C. 1995b. Qualitative Evaluation of the African Research and Educational Puppetry Programme (AREPP) Executive Summery Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Park, Y. 1996/1997. Impact Assessment of “No Monkey Business”. Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Park, Y. 1998. arepp’s “Playing For Keeps” Educational Impact Assessment. Unpublished evaluation; Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Reekie, J. 1997. An evaluation of the efficacy of an AIDS prevention play for high-school students Unpublished dissertation, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.

Shunmugam, N. 2002. The arepp Educational Trust in Documenting Hiv/Aids Good Practices In South Africa. Pretoria: Department of Social Development: pp 155-164.

Skinner, et al. 1991. An Evaluation of an education programme on HIV infection using puppetry and street theatre. AIDS CARE 3(3): pp 317-329.

Spaninks, A. 1995. Puppets Against AIDS: Speaking on behalf of the people. Unpublished PhD, Cape Town: arepp:Theatre for Life.


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