Performance for futures (Intellectual Output 3)

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Bacon, T. and de Senna, P. 2023. Performance for futures (Intellectual Output 3). in: de Senna, P., Gulmans, J. and Kononiuk, A. (ed.) Replay Your Futures: Training Manual for High School Facilitators Radom, Poland Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute for Sustainable Technologies. pp. 54-74
Chapter titlePerformance for futures (Intellectual Output 3)
AuthorsBacon, T. and de Senna, P.
Abstract

Performance for Futures students are invite to experiment with a more embodied way of using the future by means of three powerful theatric ‘acts’.

In ACT 1 students can experiment with the concept of status, which may increase self-awareness about their status (and that of others) in challenging situations, and empower them to take conscious action to positively affect it.
In ACT 2 students are invited to engage with devising and dramaturgy, two stages in a theatre-making process, and perform a variety of futures for themselves to discover how they relate to these futures.
In ACT 3 students will be introduced to image theatre techniques that will help them get ‘out of their heads’ and ‘into their bodies’. Embodying their imagined futures will allow them to give actual, physical shape to their emotions and feelings related to their imagined futures.

Keywordsfutures; future literacy; education; High school; facilitation; outreach; workshops
Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
Middlesex University ThemeCreativity, Culture & Enterprise
LanguageEnglish
Page range54-74
Book titleReplay Your Futures: Training Manual for High School Facilitators
Editorsde Senna, P., Gulmans, J. and Kononiuk, A.
PublisherŁukasiewicz Research Network - Institute for Sustainable Technologies
Place of publicationRadom, Poland
ISBN9788377897232
Publication process dates
Accepted2023
Deposited18 Oct 2023
Output statusPublished
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Web address (URL)https://futuresproject.pb.edu.pl/app/uploads/2023/08/Replay-your-futures-Training-manual-high-school-facilitators.pdf
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