Bachelor of Arts
Ana C. Cara
Johnny W. Coleman
Prison theater, Prison, Community-based theater, Performance studies, Devised theater, Social practice, Storytelling
This honors thesis examines the purpose, process and intellectual framework of an original theater project devised with incarcerated men. Through analysis of the ethnographic and theatrical approaches used in the creation process, the author and lead artist of the project examines the artistic, political, and ethical dimensions storytelling as social practice in the context of the American prison system.
White, Lillian W., "Storytelling, Community and Dialogue: The Making of And Yet We'll Speak at Grafton Reintegration Center" (2016). Honors Papers. 792.