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“Through the Eyes of Caregivers: An Ethnodrama on Mental Illness in the Family.” One hour live performance with music.

  • 31 Mar 2016
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Concordia University, Visual Art building, 1395 Rene-Levesque West, Montreal, Local VA-212-2

“Through the Eyes of Caregivers: An Ethnodrama on Mental Illness in the Family.” One hour live performance with music.

An ethnodrama is a unique integration of the art of theatre and health education research. Created by Dr. Jim Mienczakowski in the early 1990s, it is a method, in his own words, that combines “…the aesthetic assumptions of performance and the methodological and theoretical ambitions of research…” Since November 2014, our research team has been collecting data through interviews, focus groups and scholarship on the lived experience of caregivers. What you will see, tonight, is a validated research report in the form of a theatrical performance.

Modality: Drama Therapy and Ethnodrama

Language of your event : English

Stephen Snow and Caregivers Performance Team

438-994-3367 (must reserve)

Email: stephen.snow@concordia.ca




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