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Interactive Theatre Troupe

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Interactive Theatre Troupe

Dan Fischbach and L R Hults
Dan Fischbach and L R Hults

Melvin George and Ezio Moscatelli
Melvin George and Ezio Moscatelli

Suzanne Burgoyne directing
Suzanne Burgoyne directing


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Interactive Theatre Troupe

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Visit the Mizzou Interactive Theatre Troupe website. (The site is maintained by the Mizzou Interactive Theatre Troupe and hosted on external servers.)

The Mizzou Interactive Theatre Troupe was founded in 2003 by professors Suzanne Burgoyne and Clyde Ruffin when MU joined a 3-year multi-campus program sponsored by the Carnegie Academy for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the American Association for Higher Education. The MU troupe has performed for faculty, teaching assistants, and classes. Interactive theatre methods draw upon the techniques of Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed, a social-action theatre form building upon Paolo Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed.

More information about the program, scripts, research, and how to schedule a performance can be found at the website, linked above.

For further information, contact Professor Suzanne Burgoyne (573-882-0528; BurgoyneS@missouri.edu).