Circle Theatre Award

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Augusto Boal - Published Works - Games For Actors and Non-Actors (London: Routledge, 1992; Second Edition 2002)
... In contrast to Theatre of the Oppressed, it contains little academic theory and many practical examples for drama practitioners to use even if not practicing theatre that is related to Boal ... It has been influential in the development of Community Theatre and Theatre in Education (T.I.E.) practices worldwide, especially in Europe and South America ...
Sam Mendes - Awards and Nominations
... Year Award Film or Stage Play Result 1989 Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Newcomer The Cherry Orchard Won 1995 Critics' Circle Theatre Award for ...
IMAX - Gallery
... The Cinesphere in Toronto, the first IMAX theatre in the world The iconic golden snail IMAX at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Jakarta, Indonesia, since 1975 Prasads IMAX ... the United States Air Force – Dayton, Ohio Imax21-1.jpg The 21 Cineplex IMAX theatre in Jakarta, Indonesia ...
Yaron Lifschitz - Productions - 2000
... Premiered at Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane on 6 June 2000 ... Opening of Brisbane Powerhouse Theatre – Produced by Zane Trow Directed by Yaron Lifschitz ... Performed at Powerhouse Theatre, Brisbane on 5 May 2000 and 6 May 2000 ...
Yaron Lifschitz
... Yaron Lifschitz is an Australian theatre director most notable for his involvement in the circus arts ... directed over 50 productions including mainstage theatre, physical theatre, large scale events and opera ... He was first artistic director of the Australian Museum's Theatre Unit a position he held for five years ...

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