Consultancy, Participatory Research, Academic, Workshops
Claire MacNeill has written and coordinated a number of modules within Higher Education settings, working with Undergraduate and Masters students. These positions have: examined different Applied Theatre models and origins, taught Applied Theatre as a Research Tool...
Academic Positions Include:
- Film Text, Module Coordinator (The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, RCSSD)
- Performing Research, Module Leader (RCSSD)
- Supervision of DATE Placements (RCSSD)
- Community Practices, Module Leader (The University of Winchester)
In many ways MacNeill's work exemplifies applied theatre research at its best. Claire has been developing research with what she describes as 'misrepresented' young people for many years...her work has been committed to examining where and how applied theatre can integrate into the worlds of these young people and be of best use. She has been committed to discovering new languages, processes and research frames for, with and by young people as the collaborators of the research."
Professor Peter O'Connor, Auckland University, NZ, (extract from: Applied Theatre: Research, Bloomsbury, 2015)