August 2010
Incite / Insight;Aug2010, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p35
The article expresses admiration to members of the American Alliance for Theatre & Education who continuously improve their work and examine what the alliance of theatre and education means. It cites his gratitude to the practitioners who ask hard questions, take stands and push boundaries such as Pam Sterling, Daniel Kelin and Lorenzo Garcia. It encourages members to send an essay or a proposal for an article or a review.


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