"Forms of academia would start to change if we were open to being more playful, happy to 'fail', happy to work collaboratively"
The Shakespeare Institute lecturer Abigail Rokison-Woodall and Forced Entertainment ensemble member Terry O’Connor discuss form, collaboration and bridging the divide between theory and practice during the RSC and University of Birmingham's Radical Mischief Conference in 2018.
Comparing the creative process of Forced Entertainment to teaching in an academic classroom, O'Connor and Rokison-Woodall reflect on the opportunities for academia and theatre to learn from one another about critical inquiry and playful experimentation.
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