The Cultural Value of Older People’s Experiences of Theatre-making: A Review

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Bernard, M; Rickett, M;

Purpose of the Study:\ud Although a number of existing reviews document the health and social benefits of arts participation by older people, there are none which focus specifically on theater and drama. This article presents the findings of a study conducted as part of... View more
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