Reader’s Theater

Adams, N., Causey, T., Jacobs, M.-E., Munro, P., Quinn, M., & Trousdale, A. (1998). Womentalkin’: A reader’s theater performance of teachers’ stories. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 11(3), 383-395.

Coger, L. I., & White, M. R. (1982). Readers theatre handbook: A dramatic approach to literature. Scott, Foresman and Company: Glenview, IL.

Donmoyer, R., & Yennie-Donmoyer, J. (1998). Reader’s theater and educational research — give me a for instance: A commentary on Womentalkin’. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 11(3), 397-407.

Donmoyer, R., & Yennie-Donmoyer, J. (1995). Data as drama: Reflections on the use of readers theater as a mode of qualitative data display. Qualitative Inquiry, 1(4), 402-428.

Fredericks, A. D. (2002). Science fiction readers theatre. Westport, CT: Teacher Ideas Press.

Hurren, W., Moskal, M., & Wasylowich, N. (2001). They are always watching me: A readers’ theatre script based on the performative aspect of be(com)ing teachers. Teaching Education, 12(3), 335-345.

Lamb, R. (1991). Medusa’s aria: Feminist theories and music education, a curriculum theory paper designed as readers’ theater. In J. Gaskell & A. McLaren (Eds.), Women and education (2nd ed., pp. 299-319). Calgary: Detselig.

Maher, J. (2006). Most dangerous women: Bringing history to life through readers’ theater. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Rossiter, K., & Godderis, R. (2011). Finding the necessary distance: theorizing ethnographic research-based theater. Journal of contemporary ethnography, 40(6), 648-677.

Roulston, K., Legette, R., DeLoach, M., & Buckhalter, C. (2008). Troubling certainty: Readers’ theatre in music education research. In M. Cahnmann & R. Siegesmund (Eds.), Arts-based research in education: Foundations for practice (pp. 208-219). New York & London: Routledge.

Savitt, T. L. (ed.). (2002). Medical readers’ theater: A guide and scripts. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.