Para­dox and dis­sent

re­flex­ions on the­atre ed­u­ca­tion in mi­gra­tion so­ci­ety

The paper reflects on a theatre education project the Groupe l’Aventin developed with migrant women attending at the association Camarada. Sophocles‘ Antigone, staged at the Theatre de Carouge, was a starting point for discussions that led to contextual and subjective aesthetic interpretations. Yet, the collaboration also threw the Groupe l’Aventin in the difficulties of getting over stereotypes – even if, as educators, they build their practice from critical discourses on «the audience» and «the Other». The paper is published in the french original version as well as in german translation.

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