Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed President Emeritus Doug Paterson was among the recipients of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Awards. Doug has focused on community-based theatre for most of his teaching and professional career. His teaching in higher education has ranged from acting and directing to …
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Our first PTO Regional Gathering of 2016 will be held in Chicago, IL on August 15th-17th in collaboration with the Alice Rapoport Center for Education and Engagement at Goodman Theatre! Julian Boal will facilitate. UPDATE 7/01/16: We have currently filled up registration AND the waiting list. For more details, check out the new Regional Gatherings Page!
Seeking research papers, literary essays, manifestos, production and book reviews, photo essays and videos, community-based voices and actions and hybrid projects that address popular education, liberatory theatre, and related areas!
Announcing PTO’s Community Reps program, people in community and on the ground, keeping membership informed and spearheading programming around the world.
Registration for the 2015 International Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed Conference is now open! Click through for more information on pre-conference events, conference housing options, and more!
Join PTO President Katherine Burke for a two-day Theatre of the Oppressed workshop in Fairlawn, Ohio! With no fee, this is an exciting opportunity to learn philosophies and practices working toward social and economic justice!