Response to COVID-19 Zooming in on online process drama
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Original versionCziboly, A., & Bethlenfalvy, A. (2020). Response to COVID-19 Zooming in on online process drama. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 25(4), 645-651. 10.1080/13569783.2020.1816818
During the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown both authors were experimenting with facilitating longer complex process dramas on online platforms. We offered participants the opportunity to reflect on the situation we were facing as individuals, as a society and as humanity. We worked with different levels of university students in two different languages and in two different countries. In this article, we briefly present what we did, then we analyse our work and generalise conclusions, focusing on the following special aspects of doing process drama online: planning, facilitation, ways of telling a story, framing, distancing, protection, conventions and Teacher-in-Role.