Drama Therapy Review
Drama Therapy Review is published in partnership with the North American Drama Therapy Association. Drama Therapy Review (DTR) documents and disseminates research on the relationship between drama, theatre and wellness. The aim of this journal is to encourage scholarship about drama therapy theory and practice, facilitate interdisciplinary dialogue and provide a forum for lively debate in the field. DTR profiles and critically reflects upon current and emerging practices involving the therapeutic uses of improvisation, playwriting, directing and performance in health, educational, community, organizational and theatre contexts. The primary audience consists of practitioners, educators and scholars of drama therapy, health practitioners and policy makers, theatre makers, applied theatre and allied arts practitioners, and cultural workers interested in the health benefits and risks associated with drama and performance. Contributors include eminent theorists, educators and practitioners in the field but the journal also features innovative work from lesser-known authors.