CREATIVE THEATRE FOR THE PEOPLE WITH VISUALLY IMPAIRED

  • อรดล แก้วประเสริฐ School of Communication Arts, Faculty of Communication Arts, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand
  • รชต รัตนธาดา Sirindhorn school of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University
Keywords: people with visually impaired, participatory theatre, audio description

Abstract

Creative theatre for the people with visually impaired is the creative work in the Story Telling Course and Voice of love Project, School of Communication Arts, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. The objective of the production is to have the students apply story telling theories and audio description to produce a theatre for the people with visually impaired. This paper discusses the creative thinking process with the student-centered from scripting, rehearsal, audio description and performing at The Bangkok School for the Blind. The study also analyzes the production after performing at Bangkok School for the Blind. The conclusion is that the students are able to use the theory to produce play together and production process helps the students to understand the people with visually impaired.

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Author Biography

อรดล แก้วประเสริฐ, School of Communication Arts, Faculty of Communication Arts, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand

Faculty of Comm Arts, lecturer

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Published
2019-08-03
Section
บทความทางวิชาการ (Article)