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Transcript of Political Theatre
(Agit Prop) Encouraging people to act upon new information or ideas - often in a revolutionary sense A presentational, theatrical form used to disseminate revolutionary ideas and persuade people to act upon these ideas. uses the human body as a tool
for representing feelings, ideas, and relationships works from rehearsal improvisation to create a scene of a specific oppression. Using the Greek terms "protagonist" and "antagonist," Forum Theatre seeks to show a person (the protagonist) who is trying to deal with an oppression and failing because of the resistance of one or more obstacles (the antagonists). Invisible Theatre is a previously rehearsed play that is performed in a public space without informing the public that it is a play. It addresses a precise theme concerning social injustice, such as sexism, racism or ageism. The performance is intended to provoke debate and to clarify the problem with the people who experience it.